The second of this two-part webinar series will review the what, when and how components of effective shelter sanitation. This session will also include shelter case studies that highlight infectious disease risks and explain ways to preventatively and effectively manage diseases with best practices in sanitation.
By the end of this webinar, you can develop an understanding about:
What areas of the shelter require specific sanitation protocols
What types of scenarios requires specific sanitation protocols
How to effectively sanitize in the face of parvovirus and ringworm
Staff and volunteers of shelter and rescue organizations, especially directors of operations and managers, will benefit from this 30-minute webinar.
Originally from Houston, Dr. Aziz studied veterinary medicine at Tufts University in Massachusetts. After an internship at the ASPCA’s Animal Hospital, she completed a shelter medicine residency with the Koret Shelter Medicine Program at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Aziz worked as a shelter consultant for the Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and served as the medical director of Austin Humane Society prior to re-joining the ASPCA.