Have you registered for the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare yet? Hundreds of your colleagues have, and we cannot wait to connect with you all this June 16-17. We checked in with The ASPCA’s Erin Doyle, DVM, DABVP, Senior Director, Shelter Medicine, who will be sharing evidence-based approaches to caring for underage kittens in the shelter setting.
If you’re looking for strategies for managing one of your most vulnerable populations, you’ll want to join Dr. Doyle for “Tiny Patients, Big Challenge: The Science and Practice of Underage Kitten Care,” offered in partnership with the Association of Shelter Veterinarians. Here’s a peek at what you’ll learn.
Number One Reason You Should Attend This Session
Simple. We’ll review an evidence-based approach to neonatal kitten care,” says Dr. Doyle.
Juicy and Important Thing You Will Learn That No One Else Knows Yet
Insider alert! Reveals Dr. Doyle, “I’ll share an early look at to-be-published research on underage kitten risk factors.”
Superhero Skills You Will Gain During This Session
You may not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound when the session’s over, but you will be armed with something even better–the latest knowledge to help save kitten lives. “We’ll focus more on the Clark Kent vibe vs. the cape-wearing superhero,” explains Dr. Doyle, “translating ‘nerdiness’ and research into the strength to keep kittens healthy!”
Why This Session Is So Important To Our World Right Now
Because a strong foundation in proven techniques is always the way to go. Adds Dr. Doyle, “My goal is to focus on evergreen aspects of kitten care that pertain, whether an attendee has significantly changed their kitten intake and medical protocols due to COVID-19, or have remained business-as-usual for kitten care.”
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