The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
Catch this convo that covers everything from taking the CAWA exam and chatty, feathered dinosaurs to the advanced surgical feats that shelter veterinarians are undertaking these days. Name: Cate McManus, VMD, MPH, DACVPM, CAWAMember of The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement since: 2012Title & Organization(s): Veterinarian, A.
What happens when 620+ animal welfare pros (and their furred & feathered conference buddies) log on for another day of learning and networking? Welcome to Day 2 of The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement! Over the next few weeks we’ll dive into individual sessions, but here are some juicy soundbites and recommended reading and viewing to whet your appetite. I strongly recommend avoiding “I don’t know” as the answer to any question.
Spayathon For Puerto Rico. In the wake of Hurricane Maria in 2017, The Humane Society of the United States led a coalition of 26 organizations to bring high-quality high-volume spay/neuter to Puerto Rico.
We’re 5 days out from the start of the Spring Virtual Conference, and we want to PUMP YOU UP for the learning and networking we’ll be engaged in Tuesday through Thursday, June 8-10. To that end, we asked our presenters, exhibitors and sponsors to help us create an official conference playlist that highlights the conference theme of inclusion.
If you haven’t already, you’d better register for The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement soon — there are less than two weeks left until the opening remarks at 11:30 am ET on Tuesday, June 8. Here are 5 reasons to get pumped (and HELLO, get registered!) for this event.