Protecting our dogs from infectious diseases – how can we do better?

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This course covers key practices likely to have the greatest influence on reducing dog infections and disease. We will discuss practices that increase dog vulnerability to infectious diseases, specific evidence-based recommendations that reduce canine infectious disease spread, and approaches to commonly encountered barriers when motivating owners and clinic staff in infection prevention practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize behaviors and practices that increase dog vulnerability to infectious diseases
  • Recall specific evidence-based recommendations every dog owner and clinic personnel can immediately put into practice to reduce dog infectious disease spread
  • Evaluate current infection prevention practices and needed adjustments to better protect dogs

Original air date: June 18,2024
Speaker: Jason Stull, VMD, MPVM, PhD, DACVPM

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