There’s still time to join us this November 14-16 for the Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement, where you can expect carefully curated sessions on topics that are the most relevant and important to the animal welfare profession. This year we’re bringing back Dr.
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Walk-ens Welcome at The Fall Conference Just in time for Halloween, we wanted to let you know that Walk-ens are definitely allowed at The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement. There’s still time to join us this November 14-16 for three days of learning & networking.
Support your colleagues and vote today The Shelter Showdown Voting closes tonight, Wednesday, October 26, at 11:59:59 ET Select your favorite video from our finalists: Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation SPCA Tampa Bay Louisiana SPCA YOUR Humane Society SPCA Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley IndyHumane 2022 People’s Choice Wagsies Award Vote now through Sunday, November 6 Support the work of your colleagues in the field and select from the finalists: Dogs Matter Allen Animal Services Williamson County….
Looking for inspo for your next fundraising gala? This week, your colleagues share some themes that went over well at their organizations. The thing about animal welfare? Unlike some other professional spaces, folks freely share their ideas with colleagues in the field to help advance the collective mission.
Join us in New Orleans this November 14-16 The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement is less than a month away, and hundreds of your colleagues in the field are getting ready for networking and learning in the Big Easy. There are still spots available—and if your schedule allows, the investment is well worth it.
Have you registered yet? Our lineup for the Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement has been carefully curated to ensure the topics are the most relevant and important to the animal welfare profession–like Swati Patel’s session on compensation and livable wages. The Association: We can’t wait to see you in New Orleans—also known as the birthplace of jazz.
This week’s tip looks at some of the field’s early work to gather information on animal-level data—and how to best collect and utilize it. “Animal-level data is the next big thing in animal welfare data,” shared Stephanie Filer, President of Shelter Animals Count (SAC), in last week’s webinar, Quality Time: Standards for Entering & Using Data.
Here’s a resource you can share with staff as part of a DEI toolkit. As we observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day, here’s a reminder about Native Land, a cool mapping tool you may have heard about that allows you to see the indigenous territories and languages in your region.
Have you registered yet? We have such a juicy lineup for the Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement, you’ll even learn how to make the budgeting process fun. Just ask Jeremy Van Groll, who’ll be presenting on just that… The Association: We can’t wait to see you in New Orleans—also known as the birthplace of jazz.
Congratulations to the Round 1 winners of The Association’s Shelter Showdown, sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Wave your hands in the air for: Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation SPCA Tampa Bay Louisiana SPCA YOUR Humane Society SPCA Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley IndyHumane These six agencies’ essays have won them a sports-themed pet playpen, which they can utilize as a fun feature and engaging element to help the dogs and cats in their care find new homes. As….