From examination and identification to sanitization and stress relief, staff have many details to stay on top of in a bustling spay/neuter clinic. These educational learning tools will provide visual reminders, practical tips, and printable checklists to develop critical standards and confidence.
These two flowcharts are designed as training aids for new staff and to serve as references for existing staff. At a glance, spay/neuter staff will learn to assess the behavior of canine and feline patients arriving via transport and choose the best methods for removing animals from their carriers to prepare for examination. To help improve intake efficiency, the flowcharts include approximate timing for each step.
Since accurately aging kittens is crucial to proper vaccination care, foster decisions and more, the ASPCA's Shelter Medicine Services team created this new chart that zeroes in on teeth as age guidelines. The chart, which also contains developmental milestones, can be printed and posted in your intake area for handy, fast reference