New Free CE Webinar Explains Air Cargo Transport of Pets

by | Feb 26, 2020 | Blog, Featured | 0 comments

Presented by Nelva J. Bryant, DVM, MPH, Public Health and Regulatory Veterinarian at Delta Cargo
Many veterinarians experience frustration and confusion with clients’ air travel, unsure of the plane ride experience and how to help clients prepare for the various requirements. This webinar will provide insights into air transport of animals, provide suggestions to prepare pets for travel via cargo, and demonstrate how digital health certificates (CVIs) can ease the process. Risks and stressors associated with transport will be addressed, as well as the potential airline and state entry requirements involved in the journey.

This program has been approved for one (1) hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

    Join this webinar on 3/25/20 to learn about:

    • Exactly what a companion animal experiences when transported by air cargo;
    • How veterinarians can help identify and mitigate conditions that predispose the animals to illness, injury, or escape during transport;
    • How to collaborate with animal owners to ensure they do their part in preparing their animals for safe air transport.

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