Companion Animal

Companion Animals
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Nebraska State FFA Veterinary Science Contest
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Welcome to UNL Animal Science
Companion Animals Extension!

The primary goal of the companion animal extension program is to improve the quality of life of companion animals.

Companion animals are diverse group of animals that includes dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, companion birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and many more. There are currently more than 1.1 billion companion animals worldwide. In fact, there are more companion animals than people in the US.

Proper care of companion animals is one of our highest priorities. Programs are being developed to teach 4-H members how the best methods to care for and show their companion animals. Look for more information about companion animal care here.

For more information about companion animals or programs at UNL, contact:
lisa.karr@unl.edu

Link for 4-H Page


FFA Veterinary Science CDE - April 5, 2018

Animal Science Open House Press Release PDF (158 kb) - Open House Flyer PDF (3.2 MB) - October 23, 2017
Faculty members at Animal Science will be glad to help you with any questions you might have.

The Companion Animals Extension Faculty


Photo Lisa Karr
Lisa Karr
- Companion Animal Specialist