Animal transport: Back to the basics (courtesy of COVID-19)
This is an archived session from 2020.
Interstate and international transports have become widely popular in recent years, but a global pandemic has stopped us in our tracks. Let’s take this time to reflect upon and discuss the fundamentals of animal transport- including why we transport, the relationships between source and destination shelters, and how to mitigate infectious disease risk during transport- both for animals and humans.
This program has been approved for .5 hours of continuing education credit for both veterinarians and veterinary technicians in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.
- Sandra Newbury, DVM | Director, University of Wisconsin-Madison - School of Veterinary Medicine
- Elizabeth Roberts, DVM, MPH | Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Resident, Shelter Medicine Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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