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Workstation 2.1, Merge Healthcare, Milwaukee, Wis. e. OsiriX Imaging Software, version 3.3, OsiriX Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland. References 1. Slensky KA Drobatz KJ Downend AB , et al . Deployment morbidity among search-and-rescue dogs

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technicians, microbiologists, and others who assist animal disaster victims and provide care to search-and-rescue dogs. The VMATs are organized and trained through the AVMA and are available to the National Disaster Medical System when emergency veterinary

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versus an isotonic oral rehydration solution (ORS) . Vet J 1998 ; 156 : 41 – 49 . 10.1016/S1090-0233(98)80060-9 14. Mazin RM Fordyce HH Otto CM . Electrolyte replacement in urban search and rescue dogs: a field study . Vet Ther 2001 ; 2

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Honoring the dogs of 9/11 Then and now. Tony Zintsmaster and Kaiser, one of a few remaining search-and-rescue dogs deployed during 9/11. ( Photo by R. Scott Nolen ) Tragedy highlights human-animal bond and quiet heroism of canine

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Hurricane Katrina in 2005, working with an AVMA Veterinary Medical Assistance Team. That included work as commander of shelter medicine and logistics work to support search-and-rescue dogs. The federal government has since developed its own National

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VMAT members became temporary federal employees under the National Disaster Medical System during each deployment. Team members responded to numerous natural disasters, were on hand at major events, and provided veterinary care to search-and-rescue dogs

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of Oct. 11 at Terry Park in Fort Myers, Florida. The Texas A&M veterinary team and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension deployed to Florida and, among their efforts, were providing care for more than 80 urban search and rescue dogs. “Hurricane Ian caused

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joints and a consistent-tension measuring tape to measure muscle girth. Dr. LoGiudice sees geriatric pets, pets with neurologic problems, and pets recovering from surgery. She also sees agility dogs, working dogs, therapy dogs, and search and rescue

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of Hurricane Harvey as of mid-March. The total includes a $10,000 donation to the Texas A&M Foundation for the care of search-and-rescue dogs as well as pets, horses, cattle, and other livestock that were injured or separated from their owners

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ophthalmologists have committed themselves to work-ng with primary care veterinarians across the country and in parts of Canada to screen guide dogs, handicap-assistance dogs, detection dogs, and search-and-rescue dogs that are certified through a formal training

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