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    CLIENT SERVICES COORDINATOR

    Location: Scotia, New York

    Animal Protective Foundation

    Do you love working with people and helping animals? The APF is looking for an experienced, energetic, outgoing and organized individual who enjoys helping people as much as the pets in our community for a full-time Client Services Coordinator (CSC). The CSC is responsible for overseeing delivery of programs and services offered through APF’s front desk with a focus on supporting APF’s Live Release Rate (LRR) goals and increasing pet retention. The CSC, in partnership with co-workers and volunteers, will work to maintain a positive and understanding culture for all.

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    Animal Control Field Services Officer

    Location: Atlanta, Georgia

    LifeLine Animal Project

    Enforce animal control ordinances and animal laws. Assist and advise the public about proper animal care and provide information regarding resources available for animal care. Resolve conflicts regarding animals. Impound animals. Investigate cruelty complaints, animal bites and other animal related complaints. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Understand Fulton County animal control ordinances and state laws regarding animals. Explain these laws to the public.

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    Adoption Center Assistant Manager

    Location: Mebane, North Carolina

    Paws4ever

    Paws4ever, an animal adoption center, dog training facility and Legacy Care Residence in Mebane, North Carolina, seeks a dedicated, organized, and compassionate individual to serve as Adoption Center Assistant Manager. This position is full-time. Primary duties include direct animal care, animal intake and assessment, adoptions, guest services, administration, and staff management. Qualifications include a High School diploma and 1 to 2 years of experience in animal care or similar field or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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    Canine Services Supervisor Job Description

    Location: Norfolk, Virginia

    Norfolk SPCA

    The Norfolk SPCA is seeking a skilled and motivated individual to join our team as the Canine Services Supervisor. The Canine Services Supervisor is responsible for ensuring excellent customer service and care of our canine residents. This position oversees our team of kennel technicians and reports to the Shelter Operations Director. This is a full-time position which requires working evening, weekend, and holiday hours. Previous management experience and animal welfare and/or animal care experience is required.

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    Data Specialist

    Location: Gainesville, Florida

    Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program - University of Florida

    Who we are: The Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program is a unique and comprehensive shelter medicine program at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine that provides veterinary students and practitioners with specialized knowledge and skills to enhance the medical and behavioral health of sheltered animals, increase shelter lifesaving, and to promote public health.

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    Full Time Humane Officer

    Location: Lihue, Hawaii

    Kauai Humane Society

    The Animal Services Field Officer is responsible for investigating and resolving citizens complaints relative to (but not limited to) animal nuisances, violations of ordinances, inhumane treatment, property damage, animal bites to humans, and related animal control problems/concerns. Duties include patrol of assigned County area; enforcement of animal related ordinances, codes and statutes; dissemination of information regarding ordinance requirements to animal owners; sale of animal licenses; issuing of warnings and citations; as well as impounding animals when required.

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    Cats, Wildlife and You Brochure: 500 Brochures

    Cats, wildlife and you cover

    Conflict between outdoor cats and native wildlife can be a dilemma for those who care about all animals. This brochure helps people prevent and resolve conflicts in their own backyards with easy to apply tips and tactics to keep both cats and wildlife safe. A great handout for animal shelters, wildlife rehab centers, and veterinary clinics.

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    Cats, Wildlife and You Brochure: 100 Brochures

    Cats, wildlife and you cover

    Conflict between outdoor cats and native wildlife can be a dilemma for those who care about all animals. This brochure helps people prevent and resolve conflicts in their own backyards with easy to apply tips and tactics to keep both cats and wildlife safe. A great handout for animal shelters, wildlife rehab centers, and veterinary clinics.

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  • Blog Post

    Helping your community’s forgotten animals: Wildlife

    Photo by Stan Rohrer

    How one Virginia community connects the dots

    This is the first in a series of three blogs showcasing how our Wild Neighbors partners have implemented one or more of the criteria of our Wild Neighbors pledge.

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  • Magazine Article

    Love beyond borders

    Eileen Anderson, Heidi Leland, CHHS assistant manager Jodi Henkel, CHHS shelter manager Kaitlyn Moss and Caramel.

    Rescuer reunited with animals she cared for overseas

    “I’ve been rescuing animals my whole life,” says Heidi Leland. When she and her husband decided in April 2016 to relocate to South Korea for his job, Leland knew she wanted to help rescue animals from the country’s dog meat trade.

    Leland connected with two shelters—Save Korean Dogs in Gimpo City and Hannah Shelter in Daegu.

    “So many of the dogs were so frightened,” says Leland, whose jobs included walking and grooming the dogs and helping them learn to trust humans. “My whole goal was just to love them and show them that people could be good to them.”

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    Animal Care Expo App

    We've built a mobile app for Animal Care Expo 2018! It has all of the important information you'll need for the event, with features to enhance your experience throughout your time at Animal Care Expo. Attendees will use the app to fill out workshop evaluations, share social media posts, network, find exhibit booths and more! It also includes a full schedule with room assignments and maps.

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  • Magazine Article

    A pretty penny for your best thoughts

    Petco Foundation Innovation Showdown goes live in its second year

    A cloud-based marketing resource for shelters and rescues, technological solutions to help reunite lost pets and owners, and an animal transport program that addresses the root causes of animal overpopulation—all three ideas have a shot at investment, thanks to the Petco Foundation Innovation Showdown during this year’s Animal Care Expo.

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