NAHRS reports may also be submitted via e-mail, or mail. Contact the NAHRS coordinator for more information.
can be found in the NAHRS Operational Manual and Uniform Methods and Rules
Reporting criteria are also shown in the NAHRS online
reporting form; when the cursor is moved over the disease
number on the monthly report form, a pop-up displays
the reporting criteria for that disease.
Monthly NAHRS reports are due on the 20th of each month (e.g., January report should be submitted by February 20th).
Modifying Past Reports
States should modify their NAHRS reports if new information is obtained on disease occurrence after the monthly NAHRS report has been submitted. Contact the NAHRS coordinator to edit a previously submitted report.
Information submitted to NAHRS is validated through reviews by APHIS-VS-National Veterinary Services Laboratories (NVSL) staff and, for APHIS program diseases, VS National Animal Health Policy and Programs staff. Information is also cross-checked with other published disease reporting sources such as CDC's ArboNET, ProMED, and official information posted on State government web sites. Validation information is used to communicate to States any potential discrepancies between information submitted to NAHRS and other published information sources. If a discrepancy is noticed, the national NAHRS coordinator works with State animal health officials to determine the reason for the discrepancy and if the State report should be edited.