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YQCA & Vet Talk

YQCA Training/Vet Session

Feel free to call the fair office at (208)765-4969 if you have questions or want to get involved.

Vet Q&A

Exhibitors, parents/guardians, leaders, superintendents, and program representatives will have the opportunity to meet the official fair veterinarian and ask questions on May 22 at 6:00 PM in Building 3 on the Kootenai County Fairgrounds. Registration will open May 1.

Vet Talk and Q&A | May 22, 2024 6:00 PM
(following the YQCA training)
For those unable to attend the vet talk, you will be able to join by zoom using the link below. Please keep in mind:
-Please keep questions related to veterinary care and processes (please review the YSSS Rules or contact the fair office with other inquiries).
-Zoom attendees will be muted and may include their questions in the chat box for consideration.
-The video option is only available for the vet talk, NOT the YQCA training.

YQCA-Quality Assurance Training

All YSSS exhibitors will be required to complete the quality assurance training through YQCA (Youth for the Quality Care of Animals) prior to entry Monday, August 19.
Visit YQCAProgram.org to register and complete the training online.
*You must consent to data sharing for your certification to be verified.
Check out this video if you need help or have questions.

Health Concerns

If you have health concerns about your exhibiting animal, please fill out this form and the vet can review your circumstance for guidance. Include your name, contact information, brief description and appropriate photos to aid in the vet's consideration. (For best results, please include a full body photo as well as a photo centralized around the area of concern.)
This submission is simply for the vet's guidance on what you might be able to do in certain situations concerning your animal's health. Any response is not a confirmation of approval nor denial from exhibiting at the fair. If you have an emergency, please contact your local veterinarian for immediate assistance.
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