How Clean is Clean Principles of Cleaning and Disinfection

July 2012 by Natalie Lowry, DVM

Audience: Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 27 minutes

Animal sheltering can be a dirty business! How can staff and volunteers help keep shelter animals healthy through understanding and applying principles for cleaning and disinfection? Dr. Natalie Lowry, Maddie's® Intern in Shelter Medicine at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, gives a humorous and enlightening talk on effective cleaning and disinfection practices that can result in an improvement in infectious disease control and an increase in lifesaving.

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About Natalie Lowry, DVM

Natalie Lowry is currently the Maddie's® Intern in Shelter Medicine at Cornell University. Dr. Lowry received her Bachelor's Degree in French Literature with a minor in Biology from the University of San Francisco in 2005, and her DVM from Colorado State University in 2011. She has spent the past year working in animal shelters and clinics in India. Her particular interests include infectious diseases and small animal dentistry.

 

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