Drs. Dodds and Schultz will be speaking at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ on March 14, 2009. Registration is open until March 1st
Dr. Schultz is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathobiological Sciences at the School of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison. He reports the results of 20 years study :
Dr. Ronald D. Schultz, Ph.D.- “Annual revaccination provides no benefit and may increase the risk for adverse reactions. The percentage of vaccinated animals (those vaccinated only as puppies) protected from clinical disease after challenge with canine distemper virus, canine parvovirus and canine adenovirus in the study was greater than 95%.”
Current and Future Canine and Feline Vaccination Programs. Dr. Ronald Schultz i. Schultz, R.D. - Current & Future Canine & Feline Vaccination Programs. Vet Med 3: No. 3, 233-254, 1998 more . A chart provided in the report shows immunity levels for all vaccines currently given to dogs lasting a minimum of 5 years with most lasting 7-15 years!
Registration details follow.
Dr. Ronald D. Schultz will be presenting:
"What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Canine Vaccines and Vaccination Programs"
Dr. W. Jean Dodds will be presenting:
“Clinical Approaches to Managing and Treating Adverse Vaccine Reactions”
When: March 14, 2009
Where: Trayes Hall, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Note: All funds collected through registration fees, less Benefit expenses of approximately $25/person, will be added to the donations sent to the Rabies Challenge Fund Charitable Trust.
Continuing Education Credits: The 2009 NE Rabies Challenge Fund Seminar & Benefit has been approved for 6 Continuing Education (CE) Credits by the NJ Veterinary Medical Association (NJVMA). Certificates will be provided at participant's request.
*Registration closes March 1, 2009*
For more information on the seminar, please visit the website
http://www.freewebs.com/rcfbenefit2009/theseminar.htm or e-mail event organizer, Judy Schor at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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