We’re Passionate About Keeping Pets Healthy and Free From Infectious Diseases

Dogs that are social or visit pet businesses, such as doggie daycares, groomers, boarding facilities and dog parks, are at risk for infectious diseases.1 Heroes for Healthy Pets was created to help veterinary and pet businesses professionals keep their facilities disease free. The program provides best practices for preventative care, including strategic vaccination and cleaning and disinfection protocols, to help maintain disease-free facilities and keep pets healthy. Our goal is to present best practices for disease prevention and control.

Take These Heroes for Healthy Pets™ Courses For Veterinary and Pet Service Professionals on Vetfolio

Heroes for Healthy Pets provides two hours of RACE-approved continuing education for veterinary professionals and two hours for PACCC-approved continuing education units for pet service professionals.

To take your free courses and earn your certificate – REGISTER WITH VETFOLIO HERE.

Module 1

Understanding
Infectious Disease

Module 2

Infectious Disease
Control
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Heroes For Healthy Pets™ Library

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Heroes for Healthy Pets™ Infectious Disease Handbook

Learn how to prevent and control infectious disease outbreaks in your clinic or business.

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Pet Parent’s Guide to Infectious Diseases of Dogs

Provide this educational booklet to your customers to help spread the word about infectious diseases.

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Clean Hands, Clean Surfaces Ebook

Apply for the Heroes for Healthy Pets™ Infectious Disease Management Certification

The Heroes for Healthy Pets Infectious Disease Management Certification program is open to all veterinary and pet professional businesses. To become certified, the business must have at least 50% of staff individually certified. Download and complete the application below to begin.

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FOR PET PARENTS

Heroes for Healthy Pets™ Podcasts

Check out these informative and educational podcasts hosted by veterinarians to learn how to keep pets happy, healthy, and safe from infectious diseases.

Dr. Courtney Campbell
Dr. Justine Lee
Dr. Marta Sánchez-Emden

1. Kennel and Boarding Recommendations, AAHA Trends, February 2017.

Are you a Professional?

We have tools and tips to help contain the spread of Dog Flu in your facilities.

About Dog Flu

Read more about Dog Flu origins, treatment, symptoms and prevention.

Locate a Veterinarian

Speak to a pet professional about vaccination and other preventive measures.