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From: Callie (76.5.34.208)
Subject:         If Rita can check in she can help you
Date: August 18, 2008 at 3:51 pm PST

In Reply to: Interview today posted by Saysaa on August 18, 2008 at 9:55 am:

She does a ton of work with shelters -- I know she used to recommend keeping a set of clothes AT work, and changing just as you leave -- keep shoes IN your car and set down leaving your feet out of the car and take off your shoes, sticking them in a plastic bag without touching them, and changing to a different pair of shoes (don't let those shoes touch the inside of your car because there could be contaminates like parvo/distemper even in the yard of the shelter).

Then, once you get home, strip off AGAIN at the door just in case your pants cuff picked up something as you left the building, walked across the yard. I think she kept Purell in her car but washed REALLY well at home before she touched anybuddy.

People think nothing of dumping a sick animal at a shelter or animal control and they may be picked up sick. So you can never tell what specific contaminates you may get into.

Good luck!!


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