Web-Based Training

NEW!   The Risk of Opioid Exposure and Use of Naloxone (Narcan) in Working Dogs


On demand!

With the opioid crisis in the United States, there is increased concern about the risk of working dogs becoming exposed to these drugs on the street.  Despite reports of an epidemic of K9 exposures to fentanyl and other drugs, there is little documented on actual cases of exposure.  Join Dr. Janice Baker during this webinar to discuss a realistic look at the scope of the problem, differentiating between opioid exposure, exposure to stimulants (cocaine, methamphetamine), and other look-alike conditions, and how to treat them.  

To register, send a request to contact@vettacgroup.com

$25 registration fee includes on-demand viewing and certificate of completion.  All funds go towards VTG research of occupational hazards in working dogs.

Top Five Live Saving Moves for Traumatic Injury in Working Dogs: Lessons Learned from the Field


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Lessons learned from the field have shown a handful of critical actions that increase an injured working dog's chances of survival.  Other lesosns learned have shown critical actions NOT to do in cases of emergency. Join us live or on-demand for this important information that could save your dog's life from gunshot wound, stabbing, vehicle strike, falls, or other traumatic injury.


Registration: $25

Registration fees go to support VTG's program of providing no-cost, on-site veterinary support to non-profit canine organizations' field-based training, certification, and competitive events. 


TO REGISTER: email a request to contact@vettacgroup.com




Rethinking Heat Injury in Working Dogs


On demand!  email us at contact@vettacgroup.com to request link to training.


Registration FREE! includes course materials and certificate of attendance for 1.5 contact hours

Approved for veterinary 1.5 veterinary CE by NCVMB


TO REGISTER: email a request to contact@vettacgroup.com



How hot is too hot? When is it too hot to work a dog? What body temperature is too hot for a dog? How long should work-rest cycles actually be to prevent heat injury? What is the best way to cool a dog if they seem overheated? Why do law enforcement K9s keep dying on duty and in hot vehicles? These are all great questions, but difficult to answer for all dogs. In the past few years, research and new insights into heat injury in working dogs has given us a new way to think about how to prevent and treat heat injury in working dogs. Join Janice Baker,  DVM, DACVPM, expert on occupational hazards in working dogs, for this interactive webinar to discuss these questions, and learn key ways to recognize and mitigate thermal stress in the elite canine athlete.