November 1, 2007
Shelters that seize animals from dogfighters or abusers often have to hold the victims for months while the cases make their way through the court system. Learn how bond and forfeiture laws can help lessen the burdens of long-term holding.
September 1, 2007
You probably have a sign in front of your shelter that tells visitors they've come to the right place. But how easily can people find your organization on the Web? Learn how to help pet-seeking people find your site.
July 1, 2007
Animal cruelty cases may end in the courtroom, but they start at the scene'and they can be made or broken by the quality of the evidence you gather. Here's a beginner's guide to assembling the pieces of your case.
May 1, 2007
Veterinarian Jan Scarlett provides tips on moving animals in transfer programs to their new destinations safely.
March 1, 2007
Groups across the country provide tips on how they highlight the less popular pets in their care, finding good adopters for the wallflowers of the animal kingdom.
January 1, 2007
Start close to home, be thorough, and know your critters: Pet hunter Kat Albrecht provides tips for the public on how to find lost pets.
November 1, 2002
Planning in advance will not only help you develop a great volunteer orientation, it can also head off potential tensions between staff and the volunteers you decide to take on.
January 1, 2002
Here's how to provide your canine critters with the most basic of homes away from home: a cozy but no-frills stay that will help keep their bellies full, their minds active, and their bodies rested.
November 1, 2001
In the absence of a permanent home, a soft and stimulating cage can be enough to keep kitties content during their stay and give staff and volunteers something to purr about.
September 1, 2001
A friendly, welcoming visiting room can help man and critter find out if they're right for each other before rushing into a lifetime commitment; it's also a great chance to do some humane educating.