This educational conference brings together animal control officers, humane investigators, animal care staff, shelter managers/executive directors, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, rescue workers, and animal advocates from throughout the State of Tennessee and other areas of the Southeast for an opportunity to learn, network and discover new methods, tools and services for improving their ability to help animals.
You are invited to join us at the San Diego Adoption Options workshop!
Adoption Options is a FREE educational workshop tour with multiple stops across North America. It connects animal welfare professionals to experts, tools, resources and each other in order to address industry challenges. Simply put: we know you’re busy, and we understand the challenges you’re facing each day. We want to bring nationally-recognized speakers to your area to help you address those challenges. And it’s all free!
Bring your staff, volunteers, and partners – the more, the merrier! You will also have the opportunity to win exclusive grants from the Petfinder Foundation or food donations from Purina, just for attending!
Sign-up for your FREE event tickets today! Or reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you!
Learn more about Adoption Options and Petfinder at https://pro.petfinder.com/adoptionoptions/
For the last six years the Donkey Welfare Symposium (DWS) has been a major activity of Rural Veterinary Experience Teaching and Service (RVETS), trying to fill a gap in knowledge and education about donkeys, one of the most exploited and misunderstood of all domestic animals. The veterinary practitioners, international aid workers, and even donkey owners in the USA are lacking in basic information on donkey welfare and biology. Our goal is to develop and transmit science based information on donkeys and mules, to improve their status and health. To do this the DWS brings speakers, the leaders in their respective fields, from around the world to give lectures and demonstrations, and to network on future research and programs. In past years we have had animal scientists, veterinarians, behaviorists, farriers, archaeologists, and rescuers from some fifteen countries participate. Many of our attendees tell us that the DWS is one of the best and most practical meetings they have ever attended, and it has spawned a community of donkey enthusiasts and guardians that communicate regularly throughout the year.
The Colorado Animal Welfare Conference unites professionals who promote the humane treatment of animals; sharing best practices, challenges, and successes in an environment of learning and teamwork.
Don’t miss the best cat behavior and welfare science event of the year!
Navigating a Changing Landscape
This year we have over 25 breakout sessions, 2 Super Sessions, one-on-one and round-table sessions with subject matter experts, an exhibit hall, awards luncheon, and other activities that will wow anyone!
NEW FOR 2019!
✔ 3 Pre-Conference Sessions on Wednesday ✔ National Speakers & Experts ✔ One on One Sessions with the Subject Matter Experts ✔ Small Group Sessions on Specific Topics ✔ Super Sessions & Hypo Session in all 4 tracks: Leadership & Supervision – ACO Operations & Safety – Shelter Operations & Community Engagement – Disaster Planning & Response ✔ Dog Behavior & Encounters Simulation ✔ Mobile Conference App
Michigan Humane is proud to present the 2019 Great Lakes Animal Welfare Conference (GLAWC), October 21 and 22, at the Detroit Marriot inside the iconic Renaissance Center!
GLAWC is the largest Midwest educational conference in the animal welfare field. Join hundreds of your peers as you learn about the latest trends and programs, as well as best practices in the industry, during engaging sessions and events. Participants include frontline caregivers, animal fosters, veterinarians, board members, volunteers and more looking to learn and connect with colleagues from across the region.
At the Fall Conference in November, the focus is on high-level executive training (not necessarily industry-specific) and on industry issues from a 20,000 ft view. If you have your sights set on rising in the industry and want to network with all sorts of industry professionals, it doesn’t get any better than the Fall Conference.
CarolinasUnite is a collaboration between the NC Animal Federation and the SC Animal Care & Control Association aiming to bring together animal welfare professionals from both states for education and networking. CarolinasUnite is hosted for shelter personnel, field personnel, vet personnel and management of all levels. All sessions are designed to provide learning opportunities for the multiple roles animal welfare professionals are responsible for.