Breckenridge veterinarian provided support for July Fourth celebration in nation’s capitol

The National Disaster Medical System’s National Veterinary Response Team stages near the Washington Monument in Washington D.C., on July 4.
Courtesy U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Earlier this month, Breckenridge veterinarian Jamie Gaynor deployed to Washington, D.C., to provide veterinarian support during the Independence Day celebration.

Gaynor serves as a member of the National Disaster Medical System’s National Veterinary Response Team. During the Fourth of July observance, team personnel provide veterinary medical support to service animals, including horses and dogs used by law enforcement for security.

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