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Scary Things Can Happen:

Vet Advice on Common Pet Emergencies & How to Respond

Friday | 

October 23, 2020

8:00am CDT | 12:00pm CDT | 5:00pm CDT
Each session runs approximately 1.5 hours.

About This Class

Emergency situations involving our pets, like motor vehicle accidents, seizures, and allergic reactions, can be frightening, and prevention is key to avoiding these scenarios. While some accidents are unavoidable, having a plan in place will always help in a time of crisis.

Join us as we learn from Dr. Mary Manspeaker about the most prevalent pet emergencies, how best to respond, and how pet parents can prevent these emergencies from happening. Dr. Manspeaker serves as the staff veterinarian at the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County where she focuses on homeless animals in crisis in the community.

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About This Class

Emergency situations involving our pets, like motor vehicle accidents, seizures, and allergic reactions, can be frightening, and prevention is key to avoiding these scenarios. While some accidents are unavoidable, having a plan in place will always help in a time of crisis.

Join us as we learn from Dr. Mary Manspeaker about the most prevalent pet emergencies, how best to respond, and how pet parents can prevent these emergencies from happening. Dr. Manspeaker serves as the staff veterinarian at the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County where she focuses on homeless animals in crisis in the community.

Meet The Expert

Mary Manspeaker is a 2002 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2013 she completed a Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine, and in 2019 she obtained her Master’s degree in Veterinary Forensic Sciences, both through the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked in small animal private and emergency practice, and since 2012 she has worked primarily in animal welfare and has assisted the Animal Rescue Corps and
the ASPCA with dozens of animal cruelty cases. She is currently the staff veterinarian at the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County where she treats sick and injured homeless animals in the community. In her spare time she likes to
travel with Animal Balance to help provide veterinary services to underserved areas worldwide, and she lectures on animal cruelty through the Law Enforcement Training Institute. She is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and lives with her dog Fiona and cats Harley, Tycho, Puca, and Jeffrey.

Dr. Mary Manspeaker

 | DVM, MS