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Oregon veterinarians and clinic staff
Emergency response/ OVERT
Oregon Veterinary Emergency Response Team- (Letter and introduction)
OVERT Application  (in pdf format)

Exotics and wildlife
 Exotic, non-traditional, and wildlife species

Interstate movement of animals
State contact numbers
CVIs - Checklist
           other state dog and cat import requirements  
           other state equine requirements

Johnes program
Johnes program update
Livestock resources
OSU Extension- http://extension.oregonstate.edu/index.php
FARAD- http://www.farad.org/
Biosecurity Protocol-   is of utmost importance in protecting a producer’s herd or flock.  As veterinarians moving from farm to farm we need to be aware of our potential role in the spread of infectious disease and work to the best of our ability to minimize this risk.
An excellent website with a wide array of biosecurity information may be found at http://vetextension.psu.edu/Biosecurity/BioMain.htm

ODA Animal Health Lab
regulatory tests and fees  
lab submission form (in pdf format)
lab shipment regulations (in pdf format) Significant changes regarding shipments of Diagnostic Specimens and Infectious Substances go into effect  January 1, 2005 !

Official document
official documents
Oregon reportable diseases
Oregon reportable disease   pdf file 75 KB
emergency animal disease preparedness (brochure in pdf format0

Regulatory disease programs
Summary of laws and regulations- Brucellosis      Trichomoniasis
Official ID
Brucellosis- Oregon´s Regulations for Mature Vaccinations

Where to order supplies
sources/ addresses