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CASCAR - California Animal Sheltering during COVID-19 Weekly Call - Shared screen with speaker view
KSMP UC Davis
40:50
A reminder: a recording of this meeting and a copy of the slides will be available by tomorrow afternoon at https://www.sheltermedicine.com/services/cascar/
Tracy Mohr
44:26
So VA can only give vacc if RVT is present?
Jessica Des Lauriers
44:42
Would that include Rabies?
emily wood
45:16
Too quick @Jessica!
Jessica Des Lauriers
45:47
I have my moments, Emily :)
Shari O'Neill
47:13
We have a standard rabies cert with the DVM signature scanned for all animals that receive rabies. Do we need to have the specific person administering the vax? This will be a big bottleneck
Tara Diller
56:32
You briefly mentioned rabies vaccination upon intake if in the interest of Public Health (which is a bit ambiguous seeing how CA is declared every county to be a rabies area) - Is there clarification on when one shall vaccinate against rabies upon intake?
leslie sklena
58:38
I echo Shari's question! I have only ever seen rabies certs done the way she describes for shelter animals.
Staycee Dains
01:01:53
To be clear, do standing protocols/orders means represents direct veterinary supervision, or is it indirect? Or both/? Neither?
Shari O'Neill
01:03:58
Same question I think I put forth at the last discussion regarding owned animals that come in with conditions that need treatment (non-life threatening): the nature of these animals coming in is that their owners are in the hospital, arrested, etc and by definition unavailable for consent. How do we proceed with these animals that may be in shelter for a longer hold due to ownership when the owner is unavailable?
Rebecca Ringwald
01:05:35
Brandy and Bruce, can you please post your contact information again?
Shari O'Neill
01:05:37
Terrific!
emily wood
01:06:14
For rabies vax, can be done by VA w/ indirect vet supervision. So is a standing order sufficient for rabies vax on intake w/o vet onsite?
Tara Diller
01:06:20
I am hearing of shelters microchipping pets upon intake, primarily shelters/counties with mandatory microchipping laws. Has something changed allowing us to do so?
Barbie Laderman-Jones
01:06:22
I cam in a little late, so may have missed this. Could you provide a brief review of the definitions of direct vs indirect supervision? Does direct supervision mean the vet or RVT needs to be in the same room? Watching? Or just on site and available?
mandy newkirk
01:07:17
https://www.sfspca.org/advocacy/shelter-pals/
Shari O'Neill
01:07:20
Can we issue a form for these custody cases that implies consent for treatment?
Zarah Hedge
01:07:37
Can you clarify what an "exam" constitutes for establishing a vcpr?
KSMP UC Davis
01:08:19
Recording and slides will be available tomorrow at https://www.sheltermedicine.com/services/cascar/
Kaylee Hawkins
01:09:32
Appreciate you much, Brandy and Bruce! Thank you!
Shari O'Neill
01:09:39
Thanks for this great info!
Kelly Miott
01:09:49
can you do these presentations tomorrow please?
mandy newkirk
01:10:04
Thank you, PALS!
Katherine Mills
01:10:21
Thanks!
mandy newkirk
01:10:27
legal@sfspca.org
Melanie Sadek
01:10:36
Always look forward to these. thank you!
KSMP UC Davis
01:10:36
LOL @Kelly!
Renee Gutierrez
01:10:37
Thanks Bruce and Brandy, so nice to see your faces. Shelter Pals is awesome
Belinda Evans
01:10:40
Thank you!!
Eva Sahagun
01:10:45
Thank you! This has been great I'm new to this field :)
William Oglesby
01:10:46
thank you all for the presentation!
Teri Rockhold
01:10:51
Thank you!
Joy Smith
01:11:00
THANK YOU!!!
Rebecca Ringwald
01:11:27
thank you so much!!