Annual OAHN Public Health Reports

2019

OAHN recognizes that animal health is inextricably linked to human health in many ways, particularly when it comes to companion animals, with which people have the closest contact on a regular basis. Zoonotic diseases are a frequent topic of discussion and on reports. In order to help strengthen the link and communication between animal health and public health networks, this report was created especially for public health professionals in Ontario, highlighting pertinent topics each year.

•What is the OAHN Public Health Report?
•Brucella canis in breeding kennels
•Antimicrobial stewardship resources
•Network highlights 2018-2019
•Rabies update

To read the full report, click here.

2018

 

The 2018 OAHN Public Health Report covers:

•What is the OAHN Public Health Report?
•Network highlights 2017-2018
•Marijuana and pet safety
•Tick tracking
•Rabies update

To read the full report, click here.