2017 CVM News: Cornell veterinarians lead 'pet oasis' on the JFK tarmac
MetadataShow full item record
Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations
The news item from the Cornell Chronicle is about: This month, veterinarians from Cornell University helped open a new animal care and import-export center at John F. Kennedy International Airport called The ARK. JFK is the third U.S. airport equipped to receive, vaccinate and shelter birds, horses, cats, dogs and other animals arriving or departing on international flights. The other airports authorized to receive animals are in Miami and Los Angeles. People traveling through JFK can have their pets examined, treated, fed, walked and boarded in the event of illnesses or flight delays. Dr. Lauren Neuendorf Jordan ’11, DVM ’15, started her new job June 5 as medical director of AirHeart Pet Hospital at JFK ARK.
Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.; Jordan, Lauren Neuendorf; Mittel, Linda D.; Lapkowski, Christopher; Craig, Jon; Cornell Chronicle