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Natural Disasters... What about the Animals?

Sponsored by Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, K-State Research and Extension, and the Family Caregiving and Companion Animals Communities of Practice, members of the eXtension National Initiative.

This conference will take place in Manhattan KS and via live-stream webcast. For more information see the online brochure at http://www.vet.ksu.edu/CE/2011/human_animal_bond.htm

* Who Should Participate? *
Animal Owners
University Students/Faculty/Staff
Cooperative Extension Professionals
Public Safety Personnel (Police, Fire Fighters, Health
Care Providers, etc.)
Staff of Pet-related Organizations



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