Louisiana Tech University’s Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Forestry will sponsor an opportunity for Louisiana Animal Responder certification in slack drinking water teaching June 29-30 on South Campus at the Tech Farm. The 16-hour system will give instruction and instruction for emergencies necessitating animal search and rescue in slack-h2o disorders.
This coaching option will be led by Eric Thompson and Dr. Matt Welborn. Thompson at this time serves as Countrywide Alliance of State Animal and Agriculture Emergency Packages President, Code 3 Director, and Senior Director of Animal Lookup and Rescue. Welborn, a Professor of Food stuff Animal Drugs at LSU’s University of Veterinary Drugs (LSU-SVM), is an active participant in disaster-reaction things to do in Louisiana and serves as an teacher for the LSU-SVM Catastrophe Schooling and Reaction Application.
The event has a $50 registration cost, with registration waivers accessible for LSU and Louisiana Tech college students.
The program is continuing education credit score authorized for DVM, RVT, and To start with Responder, and is supported by ongoing funding from The Basis for the Horse.