New Survey on Rabies Prevention

Rabies is a zoonotic disease of importance to both animals and humans because of its zoonotic nature and near 100% fatality rate. Animal shelter workers are an at-risk group for rabies exposure, as they frequently deal with stray animals and wildlife brought into the shelter.

You are invited to participate in a national survey of shelter workers to answer qestions regarding your sheltering agency’s rabies prevention practices and policies. It should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete.

Please fill out the survey no later than August 1.

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This survey is being conducted by Dr. Zarah Hedge, Master’s in Public Health Candidate and Shelter Medicine Resident, Oregon Humane Society.