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ACC&D’s 6th International Symposium: Marking and identifying free-roaming cats and dogs

ACC&D’s 6th International Symposium: Marking and identifying free-roaming cats and dogs

ACC&D’s 6th International Symposium: Marking and identifying free-roaming cats and dogs

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Launch date: 03 Dec 2018
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Last updated: 17 Dec 2018

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Susan Getty and Valerie Benka review ACC&D’s work to date on developing methods to mark and identify dogs and cats who are sterilized without surgery or vaccinated against rabies in the field. Since these treatments don’t require general anesthesia, we need a method of marking that does not require it, either. ACC&D first explored a “21st century” ear tag and is now collaborating with the Georgia Institute of Technology to develop a microneedle tattoo patch.

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This presentation covers:
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Pilot studies using ear tags
Development of a microneedle tattoo patch
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Our mission is to advance non-surgical fertility control so as to effectively and humanely reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs.

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