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Restraint & Handling of Exotic Companion Mammals

Register now for this complimentary, interactive webinar R.A.C.E-approved for 1-hour of continuing education credit 

Monday, November 16, 2014, 4:00 pm EST (1 pm PST)

Presented by Heather Darbo-McClellan, CVT, VTS (ECC)

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Principles of Handling & Restraint

In this live, interactive, web-based seminar, Ms. McClellan reviews the approach to predator and prey species as well as the principles of capture and restraint of small exotic companion mammals in a hospital setting. Handling techniques for specific clinical procedures will also be discussed, and measures that can be taken to reduce the stress of handling and restraint will be explored. Attendee participation will be enhanced by the inclusion of video clips as well as a live question-and-answer period at the end. Click here to register now.

About the Presenter 

A Veterinary Technician specialist in Emergency & Critical Care, Heather Darbo-McClellan works at Animal Emergency Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and she manages HDVM CVT Consulting, which provides technical staff relief coverage as well as continuing education and in-house training for veterinary nurses.

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We'll reminder you later, but be sure to select "test connection" (yellow arrow above) on the day of this web-based seminar.

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This program was reviewed and approved by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) Registry of Continuing Education (R.A.C.E.) program for 1 hour of continuing education in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB R.A.C.E. approval.

Please contact AAVSB R.A.C.E. program if you have any comments or concerns regarding this program's validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.


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