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Ask them to refer you to a veterinary dentist as an emergency. For me, there is no other choice but vet med. A physician duly licensed to practice medicine in this state, who is board certified in an area of human medicine equivalent to the required veterinary specialty in cases in which a veterinary specialist in the area of medicine required for such animal's care does not exist, is not available, or cannot be procured in a timely fashion, who provides medical care to a gibbon or siamang (Hylobatidae, Hylobates sp.), orangutan (Hominidae Pongindae, Pongo sp.), chimpanzee (Hominidae, Homininae Pan. sp.), gorilla (Hominidae, Homininae, Gorilla sp.), macaque (Cercopithecidea, Cercopithecinae, Macaca sp.), baboon (Cercopithecidae, Cercopithecinae, Papio sp., Theropithecus sp., Mandrillus sp.), langur (Cercopithecidae, Colobinac, Presbytis sp., Trachypithecus sp.), colobus monkey (Cercopithecidae, Colobinae, Colobus sp.) or guenon (Cercopithecidae, Cercopithecinae, Cercopithecus sp.) held by a facility accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association at the request of and under the immediate personal supervision of a licensed veterinarian who has personally diagnosed the condition to be treated or who has specifically delegated such duties to the physician and who evaluates the services provided by such physician. * Any person certified and currently registered as a certified euthanasia technician pursuant to subdivision three of section three hundred seventy-four of the agriculture and markets law or any person undergoing training for such certification where such training is conducted in accordance with the requirements of such section, provided that such practice is limited to such certification or training. [* NB Effective October 9, 2010] Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of any general, special or local law, any licensed veterinarian who voluntarily, and without the expectation of monetary compensation, renders first aid or emergency treatment to an animal that is ill or injured at the scene of an accident or other emergency, outside of an animal hospital, clinic, veterinarian's office or other place having proper and necessary equipment for the practice of veterinary medicine, shall not be liable for damages for injuries alleged to have been sustained by such animal or for damages for the death of such animal alleged to have occurred by reason of an act or omission in the rendering of such first aid or emergency treatment unless it is established that such injuries were or such death was caused by gross negligence on the part of such veterinarian.
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