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Man Dog in Dog Park Companion Animal - Canine - Dog Parks: Where Pets, People, and Parasites Collide (SS 2020) is a Course

Companion Animal - Canine - Dog Parks: Where Pets, People, and Parasites Collide (SS 2020)

Started Sep 24, 2020
1 credit

$30 Enroll

Full course description

2020 Summer Seminar Recording - Dog Parks: Where Pets, People, and Parasites Collide

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Continuing Education Credits

This course has been approved as CE by the Oklahoma Veterinary Board. To see if this course is acceptable as CE in other states, please visit the state's specific guidelines. Many states accept CE from AVMA accredited veterinary schools. OSU CVM is an AVMA accredited veterinary school.

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Time Requirements 

  • 1 hour total.
  • This course consists of several modules which can be completed at your own pace.
  • Each module should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
  • While courses are at your own pace, the courses must be completed within the intended licensing period. Course completion is reported on date completed, not date purchased.

Completing the Course 

  • To complete the course, you must access all pages and earn 80% on the Assessments.
  • Your CE certificate will be emailed following successful completion of the assessments and submission of the "Feedback Survey"

Subject Areas:

During this course, the students will explore a recent dog park research study, and discover how the findings impact veterinary medicine, clients and their canine companions.

  • Attendees will discover the parasitic risk of attending dog parks in Oklahoma and the US.
  • Attendees will review the health risks of commonly encountered gastrointestinal (GI) parasites.
  • Attendees will consider the recommendations for preventing GI parasite infection when attending dog parks.

Refund Policy:

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Refunds may be subject to an administrative fee.

Courses that reflect course completion are generally non-refundable.  

Course Notice: Non-credit courses and Continuing Education Units (CEs or CEUs) do not post to the Oklahoma State official transcript and do not count towards an academic record. CE students do not receive a University ID card and will not be granted access to University facilities such as recreation, transportation, and campus events.

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