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Is preventing cruelty part of your agency’s mission? The ASPCA’s Claire Sterling shares tips for securing funding for your efforts.
This coming Monday, the ASPCA will be celebrating national No Pet Store Puppies Day, and we're asking for your help in raising awareness. Here's a great chance to educate your community about what happens in puppy mills and remind them not to buy puppies from pet stores—and instead adopt from a shelter or rescue group (like yours!).
Recently several shelters began piloting the ASPCA’s Adoption Ambassador program—an innovative initiative where foster parents—we call ‘em Adoption Ambassadors—are empowered to adopt out their foster dogs directly to new homes.
If you manage a team at an animal welfare organization, it’s important to help them identify when they’re stressed, and give them the proper tools to deal with compassion fatigue. As National Center for Prosecution of Animal Abuse director, Allie Phillips has suffered from her share of stress—luckily, as a master energy healer and teacher, she’s learned how to recognize unhealthy signs of stress and has developed some helpful coping mechanisms for the field, which she shared in the webinar, "Handling the Stress of Combating Animal Abuse." We all have hard days, but here are some signs of ongoing stress symptoms that should receive serious attention.