Prevent the Transmission of Germs in Patient Cages & Kennels

Disinfection is vital to prevent the spread of infectious disease, but often, custodial care-persons in shelters and animal hospitals, including veterinary staff are uninformed regarding most modern protocols regarding proper sanitation. The combination of correct chemistry, along with precise procedures are critical. Using the best products available while neglecting procedural discipline will be a recipe for failure. Likewise best practices, while utilizing inadequate chemistry, will provide adverse results. Results are typically categorized as an outbreak..

Animals in shelters are at high risk for spreading and acquiring infectious disease. These diseases can also transmit to shelter caregivers. 


Your seminar will be hosted by Barry Greenberg, an infectious disease control specialist. Following the seminar, all attendees will receive a Certified Disinfection & Decontamination Specialist Certificate


Seminar discussion will include::.

  • Discussion regarding 3-Dimensional Odor & Pathogen Control

  • Airborne, Surface, Subsurface

  • How is disease spread within the shelter

  • ATP Testing - process of rapidly measuring actively growing microorganisms through detection of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP

  • Five Steps to ensure Sanitation, Disinfection and Odor Control

  • Areas of greatest concern

  • Discussion regarding products toxic to dogs & cats

  • Demonstration of Kennel Disinfection procedures

  • Demonstration of Sanitizing Kennel Runs 

  • Discussion of Electrostatic Disinfecting Cleaning & Odor Control