Canine Body Language
Animal welfare professionals who understand canine body language may place dogs more appropriately, conduct more predictive assessments, avoid bites, and provide better quality of life for dogs in their care.
Increasing Capacity for Spay/Neuter Before Big Events
Medical staff and shelter administrators, learn how to spay/neuter all animals prior to adoption, especially in advance of a large adoption event.
Preparing to Use GIS to Save More Lives
Learn about Geographic Information Systems, an exciting new tool for mapping, literally, the geographic location of animals coming into shelters.
Does Spay/Neuter Have a People Problem?
Spay/neuter is critical to ending animal homelessness, but are you alienating the very people you want to reach?
Getting Shelter Animals Ready for Foster Care
Learn about preventive treatments, as well as medical / behavioral assessment screening before and after foster care placement.
Defensive Dog Handling
Learn how to defuse potential dog aggression with your body language and the proper way to use a leash and other dog-handling tools.
Hazard Response 2017: A Year in Review
Join us as we look back on the hazards that struck in 2017.
Animal Enrichment Best Practices
A strong shelter enrichment program will help give your animals more freedom from discomfort, freedom to express normal behavior & freedom from fear.
The 8 Components Every Animal Enrichment Program Should Have
Learn from subject matter experts about the various elements that make up an impactful enrichment program.