Jo-Anne Brenner, EMT-Tactical, NREMT-I, K9™ Medic Executive Director and Founder
December 12, 2018 (published)

For over a decade, Jo-Anne has developed and taught K9 Emergency Medicine programs for SAR, Law Enforcement and Military K9 Handlers and Paramedics. She leads a team of multidisciplinary experts to customize education programs for specific environments and protocols including Canine-TCCC, K9-TECC, and Wilderness protocols. Jo-Anne and the K9 MEDIC™ team have been privileged to serve teams including USAF PJs, ATF Special Operations Medics, CBP (BorSTAR/BorTAC) K9 Handlers and Medics, Georgia Emergency Management Agency teams and a wide variety of over 200 State and Local EMS, Law Enforcement and SAR teams.

Jo-Anne is a recognized author and speaker. She was an American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) Veterinary Committee on Trauma (VetCOT) Prehospital sub-committee contributor and author for the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care K9-TECC Working Group. Throughout her teaching careers, she has taught 10,000+ students across the county and around the world.

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