A state board has lifted the license suspension of Bill Baber, a Gallatin, Tennessee veterinarian who was under fire for his cruel and illegal euthanasia methods.
Members of the Tennessee Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners reinstated Baber’s license because they did not think he posed a threat to public health and safety of animals.
During the temporary suspension, Baber was not able to practice at his private clinic or the animal control facility. Baber has agreed to not euthanize any animals until his December 13 hearing when the board will decide if they will take away his license.
Baber said, “I’m relieved and gratified and I appreciate all the people who came out to support me.”
Source: NewsChannel 5