Have you ever wondered why it costs so much to adopt? Why aren't all shelters no kill? Why don't shelters take animals when they have empty kennels?

Join us for a presentation by Dr. Brad Crauer, DVM, and get answers to these questions and more. Dr. Crauer dives into the everyday challenges facing shelters regarding their capacity for care, the realities of shelter medicine and public opinion. His honest, entertaining and interactive approach makes tough subject matter easy to digest. An open Q&A session will follow the presentation.

What: Shelter Medicine & Capacity for Care of Shelters, a presentation by Dr. Brad Crauer, DVM. Open to the public - no cost to attend!

When: Tuesday, January 15th from 6pm - 8pm

Where: WSU South Campus, Lecture Hall C132 at 3821 E. Harry St, Wichita, KS 67218

 

Dr. Brad Crauer, DVM, is a professor at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine where he teaches classes on shelter medicine and animal shelter basics. His real world examples and experience prepares future veterinarians for practice. This event is hosted by WSU Tech and the Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (SCNAVTA).

 

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