Disaster and emergency preparedness and response are important to veterinarians and animal owners alike.
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immune from a potential natural or man-made disaster disrupting our lives. Most of us have
to what we might do if displaced by a disaster, and even less to what we would do with our
Medical Association national coordinator of disaster preparedness and response, gives some
pets. Dr. Case experienced the affect a disaster can have first hand during cleanup efforts
Legislation Disaster plans and documents Emergency Animal Annex (PDF) ESF 17 (PDF) ESF #17 Animal
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clients to get prepared and have a disaster plan which includes their animals. Other ways to get involved include helping with disaster planning in your community or volunteering for
This 400+ page reference is full of disaster planning information to assist you in your disaster preparedness activities.
Disaster Preparedness for Veterinary Practices
Single-topic compilations of the information shaping our profession June 2008 The catastrophic events of the 2005 hurricane season also created a deluge of
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We’ve been seeing a lot of misinformation about the proposed AVMA policy on raw or undercooked animal-source protein diets for pets that will be discussed and voted on at the AVMA
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Assist your practice, your clients and their families on preparing for a disaster.
Animal and health-related observances and holidays important to veterinarians, from National Pet Week to World Rabies Day and Poison Prevention Week.
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