When making veterinary decisions, how do you balance the needs of the individual animal, the shelter population, the community, and your organization’s resources? Dr. Graham Brayshaw, Director of Animal Services at Animal Humane Society, walks you through a process step-by-step.
The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
We’re about 7 weeks out from the Virtual Fall Conference, and we can’t wait for these 3 days to reflect, reconnect, and rethink how we get our good work done. The Society for Human Resource Management’s Nicole Belyna, SHRM-SCP, will share tools for crafting flexible work arrangements for hiring at all levels in her December 3 session, “Shifting to a Humane Workplace: Leveraging Workplace Flexibility.
Registration for the Virtual Fall Conference is open, and we’re looking forward to the chance to plan and reflect and learn together as a group. One of the most timely issues on the docket is the eviction crisis, which could potentially impact tens of millions of renters.
Whether you’re just starting to bring back your volunteers or are fortunate enough to have done so already, you’ve had to put new protocols in place to keep everyone safe and healthy. Redmond, WA-based Motley Zoo Animal Rescue has come up with a great way to train volunteers on these new protocols and processes.
Last Thursday, animal services and TNR leaders who are guiding their cities through difficult climates sat down to share challenges and insights. The Roundtable on Community Relations During a Time of Unrest specially focused on the needs and experiences of BIPOC officers and staff.
It’s Thursday, so that means we’re sharing another brilliant idea from our Innovation Bank. These short, pre-recorded webinars feature successful, replicable programs from your colleagues in the field, and today it’s Kentucky Humane Society’s Pet Retention program in the spotlight.
Registration for the Virtual Fall Conference opened on Monday, and are we ever thrilled and grateful to wrap up this year with you! There’s so much to look back at, and so much to look ahead to in 2021—and the best part is, we’re doing it together. We checked in with Josh Vaisman, CCFP, MAPPCP, for a sneak peek at “Breaking Happy: A Path to a Sustainable Career.
The first shelter Kathleen M. Olson worked at reached 90% positive outcomes for dogs within 3 years under her leadership.
It’s Thursday, so that means we’re rolling out another brilliant idea in our Innovation Bank of short, pre-recorded webinars. Today we’re highlighting the incredible work of Jon Geller, DVM, DABVP emeritus, and The Street Dog Coalition, a nonprofit that provides free veterinary medical care to pets of the indigent.