The ASPCA Cornell Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Conference, now in its 15th year, is a two and a half day, four-track event that provides high-quality information for animal shelter and spay/neuter professionals to improve the quality of care for animals. Presentations are given by speakers who are highly-regarded in their respective fields.
Take the reins and go in the direction of what matters most for your equine rescue and protection goals. Are you involved in an equine rescue or sanctuary organization or a safety-net program? Are you thinking of starting one? Are you an equine welfare advocate? Come to the only national conference designed for you!
Not only will you meet like-minded people from every corner of the nation, you will learn valuable skills to take your rescue and advocacy work to the next level. With workshops on fundraising, grants, effective digital presence, working with law enforcement, engaging trainers and getting horses adopted, you’ll dig into the topics that really pay-off.
Plan now to join experts and colleagues for this unparalleled opportunity to learn and network. Dual tracks will offer variety for those with different interests and experience. There will be plenty of time for networking and learning from peers which is always a highlight for our attendees. This year we will offer an optional day to attend a horse training clinic with The HSUS Forever Foundation program trainer, Trevor Carter.
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 15th Annual Great Lakes Animal Welfare Conference presented by the Michigan Humane Society!
The region’s largest annual animal welfare training and networking event takes place in one central location – the enchanting FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Battle Creek, Michigan.
This year, our theme is One Team, One Goal. We’re proud to welcome keynote speaker, Britney Wallesch, Founder and Executive Director of Black Dog Animal Rescue, a foster-based dog and cat rescue headquartered in Cheyenne, WY. Started ten years ago in her apartment, BDAR has grown to the largest companion pet rescue in the state of Wyoming.
Calling all cat people!
It’s been too long that dogs have gotten all the glory.
We know that cats have complex social and behavioral lives, and the ability to be trained and socialized. If you’re excited about understanding and enhancing the welfare of America’s most popular pet, join us for a day of cat behavior science!
The Atlanta Humane Society cordially invites you to attend to our inaugural conference at the Augusta Marriott Convention Center. Attendees will learn from our nationally-recognized animal welfare experts, presenting throughout the day on a variety of exciting topics, including animal cruelty investigation, philanthropic culture building, shelter transport programs and so much more! Don’t miss this experience or the opportunity to network with fellow animal welfare professionals from across the state, and beyond.
Join us January 25th, 26th and 27th for a virtual convention for anyone who’d like to help community cats!