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Webinar: Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease 7-8-20
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Webinar: Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease 7-8-20

When: Live On: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Where: Virtual Webinar
United States
Contact: 602-242-7936

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Webinar Details 

Register to watch the recorded webinar "Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease". After registering you will receive an emailed confirmation containing access information to view the webinar & instructions on completing a 3-question quiz to earn CE credit. 


Join us on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm for the AzVMA's Zoom Webinar, Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease


Discussion Topics:

  • Differential diagnoses for wild rabbits presenting as sick or dead: RHDV2, plague, tularemia, miscellaneous
  • Biosafety precautions for rabbits: mask, gloves
  • Biosecurity for rabbit owners: physical separation, disinfection, protection of feed
  • Steps for notifying appropriate agencies of unusual mortality events and possible foreign animal diseases
  • Role of vectors in spread of tularemia and plague among wild rodents and rabbits

Webinar Rates:

  • AzVMA Member: $25
  • Non-member: $45
  • VHCTAz Member & Students: $10
  • Non-VHCTAz Member: $20

Important Webinar Information:

  • Approved for 1 CE hour by the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice (for veterinarians & technicians).
  • Note: CE credit will only be awarded to those who watch the entire webinar.
  • If unable to watch the interactive, live webinar you may earn CE credit by viewing the recorded webinar and completing a 3-question quiz. Instructions for the quiz will be provided via email from
  • Zoom Tutorial: Joining and participating in a webinar (attendee)




Anne Justice-Allen, DVM, MS

Arizona Game and Fish Department

Dr. Anne Justice-Allen is the Supervisor of the Wildlife Health Program and the Wildlife Veterinarian for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. She completed her veterinary degree at the University of California, Davis and Master of Science program at Utah State University. Her research on Mycoplasma spp included molecular detection methods for tissues and milk, environmental survival, and disease ecology. Dr. Justice-Allen has continued her work on infectious diseases at the Arizona Game and Fish Department with research projects on sylvatic plague, pigeon paramyxovirus 1, mycoplasma pneumonia in desert bighorn sheep, and wildlife mortality investigations. In addition, she directs animal care during wildlife captures, provides veterinary treatment, assesses the health of wildlife populations, and participates in endangered species reintroduction projects.



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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations before 7-6-20 will receive refunds in full. No-shows or cancellations received after 7-6-20 will be charged the full amount.