Stress and Animal Protection Work
Animal welfare workers can find ways to harness the energy that comes with stress, create coping strategies for managers, and prevent staff burnout.
Find out what SOPs are, what they should contain, who benefits from having them and strategies for getting them written.
Your SOP should be reviewed at least once a year by all staff, department supervisors and the director.
What's the Deal About Data?
Knowing what animals are coming into your shelter and why, and what animals are making it out alive (or not) are important keys to improve your performance.
Putting Statistics to Work
After hard analysis showed felines among the most at-risk animals in Austin shelters, ASPCA Austin partners focused on saving them.
How to Collect Animal Data
Read these guidelines on finding out why animals are coming into your shelter and why not enough of those animals are making it out alive.
Getting Good TV and Radio Coverage
Check out tips for working with broadcast media and building relationships with people who influence what stories are covered.
Preparing a Press Kit
Make sure to include these basic contents in your press kit, ensuring media contacts understand your mission and organization.