Our understanding of how best to assess the behavior of dogs coming into shelters and rescues continues to evolve. Recent research supports the view that gathering information from a variety of sources results in a more accurate picture of the individual dog. However, it’s important to strike the right balance between taking the time to collect data and getting the dog out of the shelter and into a home. In the first part of this webinar, we’ll present the ASPCA’s position and review the value and limitations of various sources of information. In the second part, you’ll be introduced to methods for collecting and compiling that information and how best to make decisions about placement.
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.
Want to get the most benefit from Help a Horse Home: The ASPCA Equine Adoption Challenge? This informative webinar will get you started on the right hoof and answer your questions about our newly renamed and reimagined competition.
The Help a Horse Home Adoption Challenge is the perfect opportunity to supercharge your adoptions and improve equine welfare in your community.
Join us January 25th, 26th and 27th for a virtual convention for anyone who’d like to help community cats!
Online Webinar – Facebook for Veterinary Professionals
For the second year in a row, the ASPCA’s national Meow For Now campaign is focused on getting more kittens into foster homes and helping shelters take their foster programs to the next level.
About this Webinar
The kick-off webinar will be held February 20, noon EST, and the campaign will launch on March 20 in time for kitten season. The field-facing component of the campaign will give organizations what they need for a thriving foster program, while the public-facing component will drive more kitten foster volunteers to local shelters and rescues.
Neonatal kittens pose a unique challenge for animal shelters as one of the most vulnerable and fragile animals that come through our doors. Through lifesaving efforts, shelters are increasingly able to care for and save these tiny shelter residents. Learn how one shelter, Placer County Animal Services, has tackled this challenge through an innovative and creative solution.
Learn how the ASPCA’s Los Angeles Pee Wee Foster Program used online orientation to train more than 400 foster volunteers to care for nearly 3,000 kittens in two years. The program, which has no adoption center or clinic of its own, thrives through innovation that includes programs such as an on-deck foster system. The result: A more-than-doubled kitten live release rate from 2016 to 2018!
You’ll discover how to:
• Host online foster training sessions
• Create an on-deck foster program
• Use some tools not typically thought of to increase your lifesaving
Suited For: Anyone looking to create a more effective training program for potential foster caregivers and keep them engaged in the program once they are on board.