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International Association of Canine Pest Inspectors Adds In-House Vet

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Dr. Eran Gilady has been added to the association's Board of Advisors in the capacity of Advisor of Veterinary Medicine.

| October 17, 2011

The International Association of Canine Pest Inspectors has added Dr. Eran Gilady to the association's Board of Advisors in the capacity of Advisor of Veterinary Medicine.

Gilady is a graduate of the University of Guelph's Ontario Veterinary College. He spent four years as an emergency veterinarian at the Toronto Veterinary Emergency and Referral Centre where he honed his professional skills as an expert diagnostic veterinarian.

Over the last four years  Gilady has been a managing partner at the Doncaster Animal Clinic and Steeles Veterinary Services.

 Gilady has agreed to be a veterinary resource for our association's membership to help ensure that our K-9 partners are well treated and kept in the best of health. More details to follow.

The International Association Of Canine Pest Inspectors is an industry association whose mandate is to provide resources, ongoing training and a vehicle for professional and recognised recertification for its membership.

 

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