April – May 2014
Are you desperate to catch that one cat that has litter after litter and refuses to go into a normal trap? You need a drop trap! With this invaluable piece of equipment, you can capture hard-to-catch cats and pick out individual cats from a colony. Learn all about this invaluable tool from The TNR Director of Neighborhood Cats, the group that helped design the first mass-manufactured and commercially available drop trap.
The first annual Paws and Claw Claws Expo is scheduled for April 26, 2014. This expo was created from the necessity for quality pet rescue education and resources in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. Shelters and pet rescue organizations are invited to join us for a full day of networking and learning.
This full day expo is only $40 (sign up by April 9 or $60 for late sign up). A light breakfast and hearty lunch will be provided
BlogPaws hosted its first pet-friendly social media and marketing conference in 2010 and has grown annually into the biggest social media event and conference of its kind.
May 8-10 we will be holding our 6th conference in Lake Las Vegas, NV, where hundreds of pet parents seeking information that will help them polish their blogging, social media, SEO and online publishing skills. The conference inspires pet parents to collaborate with one another on business projects and pet welfare causes. The conference is also a place where pet bloggers connect with agents and executives who sell the consumer brands they buy every day.
JOIN YOUR COLLEAGUES in the field of animal welfare this spring for these engaging and enlightening day-long seminars presented by MPAW! Each one is different, but all feature shelter medicine and general animal welfare sessions led by experts in the field. Network and get to know your neighboring agencies face-to-face for improved collaboration and communication. Get up-to-date information to help you do the best job possible caring for and saving animal lives in your community!
DETAILS: Lunch is included in the affordable registration fee ($20 for the first person from an organization; $10 for each additional from same organization) thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust, a KeyBank Trust. Each workshop begins at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m.