2022 OAVT Conference - Current Canadian Canine Crossing Controls (aka update on dog importation rules) with emphasis on RABIES

2022 OAVT Conference - Current Canadian Canine Crossing Controls (aka update on dog importation rules) with emphasis on RABIES

Continuing to learn after achieving RVT status is essential for the individual and the advancement of the profession. RVTs can earn one (1) Continuing Education (CE) credit by reading the CE articles in the RVT Journal, or watching recorded sessions of OAVT presentations, and submitting the successfully completed corresponding quizzes.

If you obtain a score of 8 out of 10 (80%) or higher, you will receive a confirmation email which OAVT members can use as acceptable proof for their online CE record.

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1. The accepted incubation period for rabies (from exposure to development of clinical signs) in unvaccinated dogs and cats is: *
2. The subclinical shedding period for rabies (when the animal is infectious but not yet showing clinical signs) in dogs and cats is: *
3. Exposure to which of the following tissues from a rabid animal is considered a risk for rabies transmission? *
4. Which of the following pathogens is a zoonotic disease risk when dealing with imported dogs? *
5. Vaccination of dogs being imported into Canada is primarily a requirement because: *
6. Rabies vaccination prior to importation into Canada is required for which of the following: *
7. Import permits are required for dogs entering Canada in which of the following classes? *
8. Rabies vaccination is required for all dogs, cats and ferrets in Ontario: *
9. Ontario is the only province in Canada in which rabies vaccination of domestic animals is required by law. *
10. A dog or cat that is currently vaccinated for rabies and has a high-risk exposure to a potentially rabid animal (e.g. bitten by a bat): *