Any ideas for shelters that don't have the luxury of taking up valuable cage space for cardboard cutouts...
We use a socialization log that is tucked into each cat's bio posted on wall of the community room or on...
At Fox Valley Humane Association in Appleton WI, we have 100's of outstanding volunteers, but one...
A simple code of conduct can keep your social media conversations lively and respectful.
This coming Sunday, April 26, is the third annual ASPCA Help a Horse Day – a national day to highlight and celebrate the lifesaving work done by rescues, sanctuaries and shelters on behalf of at-risk horses....
Volunteers like to know where their time is best spent – that’s why the cat socialization clips at the ASPCA Adoption Center are a hit. Once volunteers spend time with a cat, they simply slip a clip on kitty’s kennel card so other folks know which felines still need petting and playtime. These simple instructions and a lil’ basket of clips are hung in every cat room.
Hola, NOLA! ASPCApro—along with 2,000 other animal sheltering
professionals—descended on the Big Easy for the Big Kahuna of conferences earlier this month. Yup, that’s right, we’re talking the 24th annual HSUS Animal Care Expo. Grab a beignet and read on to learn about some of th...
Is music the cat’s meow? New research sheds light on the impact of music on felines.
Since it’s National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week, we think it’s only fitting to highlight an animal control officer who is making an impact both locally and nationally. With 12 years on the job, Todd Stosuy is not just an experienced ACO, he is an innovator in the field. Read on to learn why.
We know there’s no shortage of love for your volunteers, and there’s no better time than Volunteer Appreciation Week—that’s this week!—to thank them. We asked our ASPCApro Facebook fans to tell us about their hard-working volunteers who’ve gone above and beyond. Take a look and add your shout-out for a special volunteer in the comments.
It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week! If your organization has lots of volunteers coming through your doors (kudos!), it may be tricky to remember their names—but making the extra effort to try is an important way to show your appreciation for their hard work.