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station. An independent 1980 readership study found JAVMA was well-regarded by readers and competed effectively for advertisers’ dollars. The press run that year was 42,000. 1985 – 1995 By Susan C. Kahler Search-and-rescue dogs sent to

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, and search-and-rescue dogs rely on their eyes in their daily work. During the month of May, these service dogs are eligible for free eye examinations, courtesy of a program through the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and Merial. More

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&M team also cared for six search-and-rescue dogs, which experienced wear on their pads from walking on hot, rough ground and needed treatment to prevent harm from dehydration, Dr. Bissett said. Other than treating some minor burns, the Texas A&M team

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Penn Vet Working Dog Center By R. Scott Nolen Buskar, one of several search-and-rescue dogs brought by their handlers to the opening of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center ( Photos courtesy of John Donges/UPenn School of Veterinary Medicine

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first female military dog handler killed in any U.S. war. AVMA President René A. Carlson praised the 51 VMAT members who risked their physical and emotional well-being to ensure the search-and-rescue dogs were healthy enough to continue their

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search and rescue dogs for more than 20 years. Dr. Hooks is survived by her daughter. Memorials may be made to Morris Animal Foundation, 10200 E. Girard Ave., Suite B430, Denver, CO 80231. Thomas F. Hubert Dr. Hubert (TEX '58), 78, George West

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. Since 2001, Dr. Otto has received almost $600,000 in funding to study the consequences of the deployment of search and rescue dogs to the 9/11 disaster sites. To date, the work has produced 11 peer-reviewed publications describing the short- and long

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outstanding service awards from the VMA of New York City and New York State Veterinary Medical Society. He was also recognized for his care of the search and rescue dogs at the WTC disaster site by the Long Island VMA, VMA of NYC, and American Society for the

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their animals. Subsequent legislation requires disaster planners to accommodate people evacuating with pets. In Fort Bend County and in Katy, the Veterinary Emergency Team took care of search-and-rescue dogs serving with various task forces. On Sept

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Guide dogs, assistance dogs, detection dogs, and search-and-rescue dogs rely on their eyes in their daily work. During the month of May, these service dogs are eligible for free eye examinations, courtesy of a program through the American College of

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