The Nuts and Bolts of Treating Treatables

May 2011 by Barbara Hanek, DVM

Audience: Veterinary Team

Video Length: 46 minutes

It's great to talk about "treating the treatables," but where do you start? What does it mean on a day by day, or even hour by hour, basis? Find out how one shelter medicine director has used common sense, dedication, and team work to get some of the community's sickest, most vulnerable pets healthy and into loving homes.

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About Barbara Hanek, DVM

Dr. Barbara Hanek is the Director of Shelter Medicine at PAWS Chicago. After working in private practice for 20 years, Barbara started volunteering for PAWS. She was invited to join the staff in 2009. Under Barbara's direction, PAWS Chicago took in nearly 3,000 animals from Animal Care and Control in 2010. Thirty-eight percent of PAWS' intake consists of pets in need of medical or behavioral care.

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