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Free Webcast: Evolving Strategies Treating & Preventing Parvo in Shelter Dogs

Maddie's Institute FREE webcast on beating parvo in shelters.  

During the presentation, Dr. Sandra Newbury will be discussing the treatment and prevention of canine parvovirus, a disease that strikes much fear in the heart of animal shelter personnel. Outbreaks can cause widespread death and suffering, and can erode community good will that the shelter depends on when seeking volunteers, adopters and donors.

Attendees will learn:

• The basics of canine parvo

• Risk factors contributing to the frequency of canine parvo outbreaks in shelters

• How to create a clean break between infected/exposed dogs and new admissions without resorting to depopulation

• More rules and tools for life-saving intervention during shelter outbreaks

• New developments in treating parvo in shelters

• The importance of vaccination and diagnostic testing.

Please register here for this free webcast.

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