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Additional vets hired in Animal Health Division

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The Animal Facilities Inspection Program is now under the leadership of Dr. James Crawford. Crawford's combination of years of experience in law enforcement and his veterinary training make him a superb fit for this position. Under Crawford's leadership, the Animal Facilities Inspection Program is continuing its mission of assuring the people of the state of Kansas and pet owners and organizations throughout the United States that Kansas pet facilities remain some of the most actively inspected in the United States.

Dr. Tarrie Crnic has been hired as the animal health planner for the Kansas Department of Agriculture Division of Animal Health. The importance of having a plan for locating and controlling diseases which may adversely affect the largest industry in our state, agriculture, cannot be downplayed.

"Both Dr. Crawford and Dr. Crnic are great hires that will add value to our department," Animal Health Commissioner Dr. Bill Brown said. "We're excited to have them on board as we work toward our goal of protecting animal health and well-being in Kansas."



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