Bill Would Regulate Alternative Medicine Treatments for Animals

Animal therapies once considered fringe, like massage and acupuncture, are becoming more mainstream. But there's some question whether Colorado law allows therapists to practice without a veterinarian's oversight. State Rep. Wes McKinley, a Walsh Democrat, wants to clarify the law. Dan Meyers talks to Sue Mazlum, owner and operator of a Loveland school that teaches equine massage, and Dr. Stacy Hudelson, president of the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association.

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