Santa’s reindeer was cleared to fly after an annual veterinarian exam

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SCHAUMBURG, Ill., Dec. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ Children all over the world got some good news today. Officials from the North Pole confirmed that Santa’s reindeer are approved for their Christmas Eve flight after Santa’s veterinarian had performed a health check.

Dr. Teller will return to the North Pole to complete a final pre-flight inspection.

Dr. Lori TellerThe president of the American Veterinary Medical Association flew to North Pole earlier this month in order to ensure Santa’s nine-member crew were up-to date with their travel forms and vaccinations, and that they were fit enough to continue their annual trek around the world.

Dr. Teller reported that Santa’s Reindeer have been thoroughly examined and reviewed their medical records. “I’m thrilled to report that Santa’s Reindeer are in great health and ready for flight on Christmas Eve.” “In addition, they have their health certificates and certificates of travel and will be ready to come to your house on Christmas Eve—that is, if you’re on the ‘nice list’ this year!”

(View Dr. Teller’s video (She is highlighting her North Pole trip.

The reindeer’s annual exam includes a health check about a month prior to their Christmas Eve flight to make sure they’re healthy and not showing any signs of disease—such as brucellosis, tuberculosis or chronic wasting disease—that can affect their ability to fly or make other animals sick. The reindeer examinations were performed by Dr. Teller and a certified veterinarian technician.

Dr. Teller stated that it is important to ensure the reindeer don’t have any diseases that could spread to other animals. “Also, making sure that the reindeer are healthy means that they are less likely to contract any diseases on their long global flight.

Santa Claus must also bring gifts for children worldwide.North Pole Certificate of Animal Export“This permits him to freely cross border borders and assures that health officials are satisfied that his reindeer do not pose a risk to animal or public safety.

Dr. Teller will return to the North Pole to perform a final preflight checkup. He will also inspect the reindeer when they return to their homes on Christmas morning.

Dr. Teller suggests that children leave a plate with graham cracker reindeer cookies for Santa to feed between stops.

Dr. Teller’s work is in line with the vital role veterinarians play in ensuring the health and well-being of people, animals, and the environment around the world. Veterinarians don’t just work with dogs and cats, they also work with all kinds species and in all kinds of environments to make the planet a safer place for all living things.

Santa released a statement saying that without his reindeer, Christmas would not be possible. Proper veterinary treatment ensures that my team and I can deliver presents year after year. This year, Dr. Teller is a definite “nice” choice.”

Veterinarians, become one of Santa’s E.L.V.E.S.

Only one North Pole veterinarian can serve as official veterinarian. However, any veterinarian can make a difference by volunteering to join Santa’s emergency medical staff on Christmas Eve. AVMA members may download a badge to show their clients that they are part Santa’s Emergency Landing and Veterinary Expert System. support team. The holiday spirit can be spread by veterinarians who will display their E.L.V.E.S. badges. badge on their clinics’ social media channels and educating clients on the various ways that veterinarians help keep all animals healthy—even reindeer.

Members of the AVMA are able to download the software from the AVMA website. official E.L.V.E.S. badge.

Visit www.teller.com for more information about Dr. Teller’s North Pole Veterinarian role, as well as answers to children’s questions about reindeer. avma.org/Santa.

To learn more about Dr. Teller’s role in global healthcare, or to schedule a meeting with him, please contact Michael San FilippoAVMA media relations manager at 847-732-6199 (cell/text). [email protected].

The AVMA

The AVMA, which has more than 100,000 members, is the largest representative of the veterinary profession in the country. It works to improve the health and well-being of humans, animals and the environment. The AVMA was founded in 1863. It has members in all 50 states and territories of the United States, as well as more than 60 other countries.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Michael San Filippo
Media Relations Manager
American Veterinary Medical Association
Cell/Text: 847-732-6194
[email protected]

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