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  1. Challenges to military working dog management and care in the Kuwait theater of operation

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    | Contributor(s):: Toffoli, C. A., Rolfe, D. S.

    In a combat environment, troop safety and installation security are paramount. Documentation of the frequent use of explosive devices by insurgents in Southwest Asia has increased the need for augmentation of defensive capabilities. Military working dogs (MWDs) are trained and certified to...

  2. Development of a national companion animal syndromic surveillance system for bioterrorism

    | Contributor(s):: Moore, G. E., Ward, M. P., Dhariwal, J., Wu, C. C., Glickman, N. W., Lewis, H. B., Glickman, L. T.

    A companion animal syndromic surveillance system has been established at Purdue University to augment national U.S. efforts in bioterrorism detection. This system analyses electronic data from a veterinary practice with 360 hospitals in 42 states. Using syndromic definitions for clinical disease...

  3. Field treatment of search dogs: lessons learned from the World Trade Center disaster

    | Contributor(s):: Otto, C. M., Franz, M. A., Kellogg, B., Lewis, R., Murphy, L., Lauber, G.

  4. Guided

    | Contributor(s):: Hingson, Michael

  5. Introduction to working with animal assisted crisis response animal handler teams

    | Contributor(s):: Greenbaum, Susan D.

  6. Psychological impact of the animal-human bond in disaster preparedness and response

    | Contributor(s):: Hall, M. J., Ng, A., Ursano, R. J., Holloway, H., Fullerton, C., Casper, J.

  7. The day that changed everything

    | Contributor(s):: Speier, Andy

  8. The impact of epizootics on livelihoods

    | Contributor(s):: Heath, S. E.

    Epizootics (nonhuman animal disease epidemics) can have detrimental impacts on livelihoods through a complex interaction of demographic trends, food production, and animal disease. Differences in the rate of demographic shifts, including rates of population growth, economic growth, urbanization,...

  9. Veterinary Public Health Collaborations: An Essential Component of Future Public Health Preparedness

    | Contributor(s):: Bryan C. Gooding

    Veterinarians protect the public's health by serving in multiple roles as epidemiologists, food inspectors, and veterinary medical officers in local, state, federal, and military organizations. One of the more prominent roles that veterinarians play in the public health arena is preventing...

  10. What if a Bioterrorist Attack Occurs?-A Survey on Citizen Preparedness in Aveiro, Portugal

    | Contributor(s):: Santos, Helena, Pinto, Maria de Lurdes, Cardoso, Luis, Rodrigues, Isilda, Coelho, Ana Claudia