Unique Course offers Hands-on Training in Large Animal Emergency Rescue

Friday, June 28, 2024

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How to handle large animal emergency rescue situations is the focus of a two-day course being offered by the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine next month.  Held at the college July 27-28, the Awareness Level Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue (TLAER) Program will bring together people from a variety of disciplines to introduce the latest concepts, techniques, procedures, and equipment being used in large animal emergencies.

The program features lectures, demonstrations, and practical hands-on training. The educator, Dr. Rebecca Husted, is recognized nationwide for her expertise and training programs. She earned her PhD in animal physiology at Clemson University and served 26 years in the US Army Signal Corps, achieving the rank of Major.  She has conducted training worldwide, in more than ten countries and across the United States. Participants will complete a final exam at the conclusion of the program and receive a certificate in Animal Technical Rescue Standards.

Registration will close on July 15.  For anyone interested in attending, now is the time to get signed-up.  Don’t miss out – register today!

To learn more, click here to view the website for the upcoming two-day program, or click here to register.

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