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CHE Pet Working Group

CHE Pet Working Group currently provides a listserv for CHE Partners interested in the health of animals, especially pets, farm animals, sentinel species, and other species with which we share affective bonding. CHE Pet has relevance to human health because pets share our home environment and sentinel species warn us of harmful changes that may be relevant to humans. 

This working group is coordinated by both Michael Lerner, PhD, President of Commonweal, Sharyle Patton, Director of CHE Special Projects and Steve Heilig, MPH, CHE Director of Public Health & Education, and Director of Public Health & Education, San Francisco Medical Society

If you are interested in joining this group, please sign on as a CHE Partner, and indicate your interest on the Partner form. If you are already a CHE Partner and would like to join the listserv for this group send an email request to: chepet-subscribe@lists.healthandenvironment.org.

CHE Partners subscribed to the CHE Pet listserv can access the listserv archive to view messages previously distributed.


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