The Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Keep Pets S.A.
The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
Collaborating works—and it starts with communication. You can see this in action at the 7 centers run by County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care & Control.
On June 1, #SpayTogether was launched to help shelters and veterinary clinics catch up after COVID-19 forced the temporary suspension of spay/neuter surgeries. The goal of this historic collaboration? 50,000 spay/neuter surgeries in 3 months.
Still basking in the afterglow of last week’s Spring Conference for Animal Welfare? It’s not over yet. Connect with superheroes and emerging superheroes in the field: check!Send more thumbs-ups emojis in 2 days than you’ve done in an entire month: check!Invest time and money in your professional and personal development: check!Next on your list? Make the most of that investment with these 5 to-dos: #1 Download the Slides Login to the Conference Site Within the Agenda section of the site,….
What does more than 20 years as a member of The Association look like? The kind of dynamic leader you’ll find at the helm of Humane Society of Charlotte, that’s what. And when Shelly Moore’s team asked us to celebrate her on the occasion of her 10th anniversary with HSC, we were more than happy to oblige.
We are honored to introduce you to the Animal Protection Society of Durham’s Shafonda Davis. As a member of The Association’s Leadership Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Shafonda is a changemaker with a few secrets to share for staying resilient.
The behavior assessment is always a juicy topic for animal welfare professionals, so it was no surprise that San Francisco SPCA’s Dr. Wailani Sung, DACVB, drew a packed house for her webinar, “Update on Behavior Assessments in the Shelter,” earlier this month.
We did it! We trust you all had a safe trip home, and for those of you who decided to stay an extra day and sit by the pool, please stay hydrated (c’mon, we had to go there!). We’re going to be digging into the individual sessions more in-depth in future blogs, but here are some highlights from yesterday.
We admit to having been a little nervous about going virtual for the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare…but wow. Just wow.
The team at The Association is thrilled to kick off the 2020 Spring Conference for Animal Welfare, and we are so ready to host you (and 911 of your colleagues—hello, record-breaking attendance!) over the next two days. One of the perks of a virtual conference? Your helpful conference buddy, of course.