"The Unthinkable" - Disaster Response for Large and Small Animals
Please join the College of Veterinary Medicine for a panel discussion of animal emergencies in the continuing series of campus events to celebrate the K-State common book entitled “The Unthinkable. Who survives when disaster strikes – and why” by New York Times bestselling author Amanda Ripley.
Join us for a roundtable discussion about preparations for taking care of animals during disasters and how to care for animals in the event of a disaster.
The College of Veterinary Medicine will feature a panel of experts focused on the types of preparations required for taking care of animals during disasters and how to care for animals in the event of a disaster. The panel features: Dr. Leslie Weaver, clinical assistant professor of Livestock Services; Dr. Christen Skaer, owner of the Skaer Veterinary Clinic in Wichita and former president of the Kansas State Animal Response Team; Dr. Susan Nelson, clinical professor with Hill's Pet Health and Nutrition Center at K-State; and Dr. Brad Crauer, associate clinical professor with the K-State Shelter Medicine program.
Friday, October 28, 2022 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Trotter Hall, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Auditorium
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Health and Wellness, Research and Innovation, Science and Technology
- College of Veterinary Medicine
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