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Equine Humane Case Investigations: Corral to Courtroom
Thursday, December 01, 2022, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Category: Online Training

You will not want to miss this exceptional opportunity to learn from equine expert, Dr. Grant Miller. In this talk, Dr. Miller will present an advanced level overview of conducting an equine humane case investigation. He will focus on applicable laws, processing the crime scene, examining the horse itself, and collecting and presenting evidence in court.

Grant Miller received his undergraduate degree from UC Davis in animal science in 1999 and his veterinary degree from the same university in 2004. Immediately after graduating, he began working as an equine and livestock practitioner in the northern San Francisco Bay Area, focusing on geriatric medicine, sports medicine, veterinary forensics, acupuncture, and chiropractic care. He founded a 501(c)3 organization called The Sonoma County CHANGE Program to assist local animal law enforcement with equine humane cases.  Since its inception in 2007, CHANGE has assisted in rehabilitating and rehoming over 120 critically ill and starved horses. Dr. Miller has co-authored and published several articles on the subject of management and rehabilitation of starved horses as well as guidelines on equine care standards in the State of California.  He has also served as an expert witness in several dozen equine humane cases, and his training in large animal forensic sciences has assisted in testimony that has resulted in several felony and misdemeanor convictions. 

  • 3 CE Credits for CACOs, Humane Officers, and CAWAs
  • The recording will be available to registered attendees for 60 days – but please try to attend live so you have an opportunity to ask questions.

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