Photo gallery K-9 care
A student-run UW veterinary medical training program for Wisconsin police officer-K-9 teams took place as part of a larger technical training program at Camp Randall Stadium June 6. The session provided officers with training on taking vitals, CPR, K-9 first aid, and recognizing emergency situations such as heat stroke in their K-9 partners. Photos: Bryce Richter/university communications
Wisconsin State Capitol Police officer Mick Price (center) and his K-9 partner Yacki get information about taking vital readings from UW veterinary medicine faculty member Corinne Lawson (far right) and students Zoie Schaefer (right) and Madeline Gluck (left).
UW–Whitewater police officer Kelsey Servi (right) and her K-9 partner Truus watch a demonstration of how to dress a wound.
La Crosse police officer Dan Ulrich (right) and his K-9 partner Ben get information about K-9 CPR from UW Veterinary Medicine student Andrea Wenzel.