Northern Tier Shelter Initiative Zoomie #3: Collaborating with Indigenous Communities to Advance Animal and Human Welfare
Discover ways to partner with indigenous communities that help people and pets.
Emergency Stabilization of the Poisoned Pet
ASPCA Poison Control Center experts will cover stabilizing treatments for poisoned pets and symptoms that require immediate intervention.
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Fear Free: Helping Shelter Pets Find Health, Happiness, and Homes
Join Dr. Brenda Griffin as she introduces attendees to the concepts behind Fear Free and how they can apply to your shelter operations.
Moving Forward and Preparing for the Future: How Shelters Responded to COVID-19
Join our roundtable discussion with panelists from 3 organizations about how they worked through the challenges of the pandemic and what insights they will carry forward as we move into the future.
Northern Tier Shelter Initiative Zoomies #2: Leveraging Animal Transport and Networking to Save More Dogs and Cats
Join the Northern Tier Shelter Initiative to discuss transport and relocation best practices, along with tips for connecting with potential relocation partners.
Shelter Behavior Roundtable: Socializing Neonate & Singleton Kittens
Join the ASPCA Learning Lab and colleagues from the field as they discuss tips and tricks of the trade on how your team can best support our youngest feline friends.
Northern Tier Shelter Initiative Zoomie #1: Use Your Data to Develop Impactful Programs
Join us as we explore exclusive data and share ways to use these insights when making tough program choices.
Shelter Behavior Roundtable: Practical Behavior Tips for Medical Care Teams
Join the ASPCA Learning Lab and colleagues in the field as they discuss topics surrounding behavior treatments, handling, and behavior medication.
Shelter Behavior Roundtable: Supporting Shy and Fearful Cats in the Shelter and at Home
Join the ASPCA Learning Lab and colleagues for a discussion where you'll engage with experts on methods that will help your shy and fearful felines feel at home wherever they are.