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    Foster Program Assistant

    Location: Chicago, Illinois

    Tree House Humane Society

    JOB TITLE: Foster Program Assistant
    EMPLOYER: Tree House Humane Society
    DEPARTMENT: Clinic
    REPORTS TO: Foster Care Manager
    EFFECTIVE DATE: 6/13/19

    SUMMARY: The position provides necessary support for the maintenance and expansion of the Foster Program, which currently channels approximately 500 animals annually through foster care.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

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    Staff Veterinarian

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Join our team at the largest animal sanctuary in the country! Help to save lives in our new state-of-the-art hospital where we pride ourselves on offering homeless pets the same top-of-the-line care that animals with the most loving families would have their vets provide. The new 13,000-square-foot facility offers a private room for shy community cats to stay before and after spay/neuter surgery, a dedicated dental suite, a state-of-the-art laboratory, an x-ray suite, an ultrasound room and many more features that allow us to provide top-notch care.

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    Behavior Coordinator

    Location: Queenstown, Maryland

    Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne

    Overview:

    The Behavior Coordinator is responsible for the behavioral well-being, behavior assessment, modification and training of the animals at AWLQAC. This is an hourly part-time position and reports directly to the Director.

    Job Responsibilities:

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    Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Location: Houston, TX

    Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of medical care and corresponding protocol management for all program animals focused on the live outcomes necessary to continue and expand lifesaving in the Houston Program area in support of No Kill 2025 and beyond.

    Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

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    Marketing Communication Manager

    Location: Princeton, Minnesota

    Ruff Start Rescue

    The marketing/communications manager works collaboratively with the director of operations, executive director and the Ruff Start RescueⓇ management team to help create strategies that enhance organizational visibility and build the Ruff Start Rescue brand. This includes defining the rescue’s core messaging, brand identity and developing an organization-wide communications strategy.

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    Associate Veterinarian wanted

    Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Santa Fe Animal Shelter

    Be a part of a greater good in beautiful Santa Fe! Join our multi-doctor small animal not-for-profit general practice and use your skills to benefit the community. All proceeds of the hospital go to our no-kill shelter to provide for homeless animals until they find their forever home. The Santa Fe Animal Shelter is a wonderful organization with great vets! This veterinary position is at our Clare Eddy Thaw Animal Hospital serving the public. The hospital has all of the bells and whistle amenities, plus a friendly team, fun atmosphere and high quality medicine.

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    Betting on better behavior

    Melo represents the group at Camp Bow Wow’s Give a Fetch event.

    Las Vegas nonprofit crowdfunds training and therapy for shelter dogs

    There may be no sure bets in Las Vegas, but local shelter dogs are seeing their chances of adoption increase, thanks to a program that raises money from the public to get them trained.

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    Handle with care

    Compassion fatigue expert offers advice for animal welfare workers

    When Jennifer Blough first felt compassion fatigue, she had never heard the term. She was a lifelong animal advocate—she became a vegetarian at a young age, followed her grandmother to animal rights protests and got a job as an animal control officer—but she had never heard anyone mention the issue. So when she burned out from her job in 2012, she had no idea what was wrong with her.

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    Bloody brilliant fundraising

    Donors wait to give blood.

    A partnership between a California shelter and blood donation center saves lives

    In January, an unusual partnership between Humane Society Silicon Valley and Stanford Blood Center in California was lifesaving in more ways than one. For each person who donated blood throughout the month, the blood center contributed funds to the shelter.

    Overall, 3,395 people donated blood over 31 days, raising $6,790 for HSSV, which will go toward funding pet vaccinations and medical costs. The campaign included an on-site blood drive at the humane society led by blood center staff and volunteers.

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