Investigating animal neglect and cruelty requires training on a wide variety of topics. Our catalogue of resources can help you work smarter, not harder for more effective outcomes for animals in your community.
Resources and Articles
From the Magazine
Calgary's mandatory licensing program for dogs and cats not only produces nearly enough revenue to cover the cost of providing animal services to a city of 1.1 million people, but also enjoys widespread buy-in from the public.
Through the lens of one hoarding seizure in Mississippi, we look at the phenomenon of hoarding, and explore ways that even smaller shelters can prepare to handle a major case.
The behind-the-scenes legwork put in by the Wilde Puppy Mill Task Force makes dramatic puppy mill rescues possible.
The Children and Animals Together program was developed to fight animal cruelty in Phoenix, and includes assessment, intervention, consultation, referral, and follow-up for children ages 6-17 who have a history of animal abuse.
A new online resource provides citizens, the media, and law enforcement with the information they need to stop animal fighting and cruelty in their local community.
Policies & Programs
Humane Society University's Humane Career Toolbox will be of interest to people of all ages who seek to professionally assist animals. The toolbox contains resources for both beginning and enhancing a career helping animals.