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  • January 1, 2012

    The Build-Out

    Check out recent shelter design projects from Denver Animal Care & Control, the Peninsula Humane Society, and the Ottawa Humane Society.

  • January 1, 2012

    Keeping Them Hoppy

    Determined to give shelter rabbits their fair share of attention, volunteer Carlin Abbitt started using a harness to take bunnies outside for a change of scenery and some exercise.

  • January 1, 2012

    Her Casa is Their Casa

    Get the scoop on a successful kennel enrichment program that makes shelter dogs happier and more adoptable.

  • January 1, 2012

    Show Me the Money: Building a Wall

    Through the sale of pet photo tiles for the shelter wall and inscribed bricks for the exterior walkway, the Asheville Humane Society raised funds for its shelter and lifted spirits in the community.

  • July 1, 2011

    Spot-Cleaning Cat Cages

    For years, the standard approach to cat kennel cleaning has been to remove the cat and completely scrub down the cage. There's a simpler, quicker, less stressful way!

  • July 1, 2011

    The ASV Guidelines in Real Life

    The Austin Humane Society is one of several shelters that have started a hand-feeding, enrichment, and training program for adoptable dogs. The results are easy to see: a kennel that's a pleasant environment for both people and pets.

  • July 1, 2011

    The "101" Department: Spot-Cleaning Cat Cages

    For years, the standard approach to cat kennel cleaning has been to remove the cat and completely scrub down the cage. There's a simpler, quicker, less stressful way!

  • May 1, 2011

    Field Trip: Saving Animals, Saving the Planet

    Find out how a Louisiana shelter went green, making life better for the animals in its care, its staff and volunteers, potential adopters, and the environment.

  • May 1, 2011

    Getting Real: Making the ASV Standards Work for You

    This story of changes to cat housing at a shelter in New York is the first of a series that will explore how new standards developed by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians can be applied to real-life situations in the sheltering and rescue field to create more humane outcomes for animals.

  • January 1, 2011

    The "101" Department: Can You Hear Me Now?

    Are howls and woofs the inevitable soundtrack at a shelter? Not necessarily. You can turn down the volume through a variety of methods, from innovative design or retrofitting to clicker training and enrichment programs.

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