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Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters
The Association of Shelter Veterinarians - 2010


Authors:
Sandra Newbury, Mary K. Blinn, Philip A. Bushby, Cynthia Barker Cox, Julie D. Dinnage, Brenda Griffin, Kate F. Hurley, Natalie Isaza, Wes Jones, Lila Miller, Jeanette O’Quin, Gary J. Patronek, Martha Smith-Blackmore, Miranda Spindel

To date, no federal agency or judicial act regulates the welfare and care of companion animals in a shelter environment. The goal of the ASV was to provide information that will help any animal welfare entity meet the physical, mental and behavioral needs of the animals in their care. The Guidelines were developed to...

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National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America

NAVTA is led by an engaged Executive Board and Executive Director, and embraces committees to help drive initiatives forward. These committees are made up of NAVTA active members, and are led by a chairperson. Committees have individual structures, term limits, numbers of seats, and focus. Currently, the incoming president appoints chairpersons. Members wanting to sit on a Committee or Chair a Committee are nominated either by themselves or other active NAVTA members.

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Interim Guidelines for Animal Health and Control of Disease Transmission in Pet Shelters

These Interim Guidelines have been developed by consultation between the American Veterinary Medical Association and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and are advisory in nature. They are intended to provide guidance for the care of animals entering shelters and for persons working with or handling the animals in response to natural disasters.

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