Are you applying for authorisation to administer sedatives, tranquilisers or euthanasia agents in Western Australia?

Section 26(4)(b) of the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1960 (Act) allows for the authorisation of a person who is not a registered veterinary surgeon to carry out, under the direction of a registered veterinary surgeon, an act of veterinary surgery that is prescribed in the Veterinary Surgeons Regulations 1979 (Regulations). Regulation 47 specifies administration by injection of sedatives, tranquilisers and euthanasia agents to be an act of veterinary surgery for the purpose of section 26(4)(b) of the Act.