Jason Stull, VMD, MPVM, PhD, DACVPM

Join this timely webinar about infectious diseases in dogs to learn what we can all do to protect our dogs (and ourselves) from infectious diseases - the ones of today ... and those of tomorrow. This discussion will unpack key modifiable practices likely to have the greatest influence on reducing dog infections and disease. Both individual dog and community level (e.g., dog importation) approaches will be discussed. Special attention will be devoted to areas under increased scrutiny by dog owners such as vaccination. At the conclusion of the session, attendees will have learned and be able to put into practice simple, practical steps that best protect our canine companions.

Original Air Date: April 22, 2020
Speaker: Jason Stull, VMD, MPVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVPM

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Learn more about Dr. Stull’s CHF-funded research:
Grant 02532-A: Canine influenza: occurrence, spatial and temporal trends and identifying modifiable factors to reduce transmission at canine shows in the United States
Grant 02380-A: Estimating Prevalence and Identifying Risk Factors for Canine Leptospirosis in North America
Grant 02284-A: Lyme Disease in Dogs: Prevalence, Clinical Illness, and Prognosis
Grant 02128-A: Redefining the Recommendations for Prevention of Infectious Disease at Dog Shows and Other Areas Where Dogs Meet and Compete

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