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COVID-19: Considerations for Companion Animals

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Philip Tedeschi and Therapy dog Samara

With so much information out there, some of our wonderful students did a round-up of the latest recommendations for companion and service animals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our sources include: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)The Humane Society of the United StatesNEADS World Class Service Dogs, the Association for Animal Welfare AdvancementBrian Kortis, Neighborhood Cats, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Shelter Medicine Program and the National Animal Care and Control Association (NACA). Infographics created by University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work  and Animal-Assisted Social Work Certificate student Hannah Vanbuiten.

Information From April 7, 2020

Association for Animal Welfare Advancement

 

National Animal Care and Control Association

 

National Programs for Neighborhood Cats

 

University of Wisconsin Shelter Medicine

 

American Veterinary Medical Association Pets

 

American Veterinary Medical Association Other Animals

Information From March 18, 2020

Centers for Disease Control

 

American Medical Veterinary Association

 

Humane Society of the United States

 

NEADS

 

NEADS 2

Please visit the University of Denver’s Coronavirus web site for additional information.