Skip to content Skip to navigation

Dr. Graham Brayshaw

Dr. Graham Brayshaw is the Director of Animal Services at the Animal Humane Society in Golden Valley, Minnesota. He graduated in 2004 with a DVM from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Before working in animal welfare, he was an Associate Veterinarian and Medical Director with Veterinary Centers of America for over 7 years. Dr. Graham started at the Animal Humane Society in 2012 as their Senior Veterinarian. His areas of interest in include high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter; oncology and endocrinology. When he is not working, he is enjoying Ultimate Frisbee and quiet time with his wife, dog and way too many cats.  

Content by Dr. Graham Brayshaw

  • Blog Post

    What’s data got to do with it?

    Dr. Graham Brayshaw explains how tracking and sharing your shelter’s data can increase effectiveness and save more lives.

    Have you ever sat down and just looked at animal flow for your organization? You know, really just dug into it, looking at intakes, outcomes, adoption, euthanasia, length of stay and any of the other myriad of numbers an organization can produce? This is data that can feel tedious to collect month after month, but it can be so valuable. You can use it as a powerful tool to do anything, from staffing your adoption center appropriately to knowing how many foster volunteers you need to recruit. 

    Read More