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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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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

. 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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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

nearly 300 small animal patients as 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

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