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    Dog Caregiver

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Take care of adorable dogs for a living at the most gorgeous place on earth! Best Friends Animal Society is looking for Dog Caregivers to work at the sanctuary in Kanab, Utah. You’ll provide care and handling for all kinds of homeless dogs who have been given a second chance. You will work closely with our medical staff, our behavior team and our groomers to oversee the health, well-being and general care of our dogs. The ideal candidate will have previous experience working with a population of dogs of all sizes and breeds, who are shy, fearful and have behavior challenges.

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    Veterinarian - Small or Mixed Practice

    Location: Kanab, Utah

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Veterinary opportunity of a lifetime: 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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    Veterinary Technician/Assistant

    Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina

    Fayetteville Animal Protection Society

    Fayetteville Animal Protection Society is a licensed no-kill animal shelter seeking a Vet Tech/Assistant. There is a set schedule, Tuesday-Friday 8a-5p. Pay is $10-12 to start, no benefits.

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    Executive Director

    Location: Birdsboro, Pennsylvania

    The Animal Rescue League of Berks County

    The Animal Rescue League of Berks County Inc., (ARL) a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization, is seeking an Executive Director. The ARL is located on 10 acres in Berks County, PA, near the city of Reading. The ARL is an open admission, no-kill shelter, receiving approximately 6000 animals annually, with an annual operating budget of 2.2 million dollars and a staff of 45. In addition to taking in strays and unwanted animals, the ARL offers animal control and humane officer services to Berks County.

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    Shelter Veterinarian

    Location: Springfield, Massachusetts

    Dakin Humane Society

    Do you dream about becoming part of a team that makes a difference in the lives of shelter animals and those living in the community? Do you want to work in an environment that is welcoming, friendly and supportive? If this sounds like you then Dakin Humane Society wants to know! Excellent compensation for the right candidate. Flexibility in scheduling (full-time, part-time opportunities are available), generous paid time off as well as paid continuing education days and reimbursement for professional memberships, and required licensing/insurance.

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    Animal Care Manager

    Location: Half Moon Bay, California

    Sweet Farm Foundation

    General Summary: To manage, supervise and participate in the Foundations’ daily farm activities in accordance with the standards and procedures established by the Foundation. To plan, organize and implement animal care that meet the principles and objectives of the Foundation established under the policies set by the Executive Director. Responsibilities and Duties: • Provide hands-on daily animal care to the farm’s animals, including but not limited to the feeding, cleaning and general care. • Provide daily animal health care and any prescribed medical care treatments.

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    Dying without a sound

    HSUS investigation reveals dead rabbits in the freezer at Petland

    A day after the HSUS released the results of its undercover investigation and two days after police searched the premises, Petland announced that it was cutting ties with the franchise store in Fairfax, Virginia, and removed its company name from the building. Acting on a tip from the HSUS, Fairfax police searched the store with a warrant on April 1 and found 31 dead rabbits and one dead dog in the freezer. They are investigating.

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    A word from us

    Seized in a 2009 dogfighting raid, Plum is Anne Sterling’s constant companion and a reminder of the lifesaving power of teamwork.

    In August 2009, the Humane Society of the United States and its in-state shelter partners assisted the Indiana Gaming Commission with the largest dogfighting raid in the state’s history. Law enforcement agents seized 109 dogs from three separate properties, one of which, in a remote wooded area, held over 80 dogs. Their owner had been breeding dogs for fighting since the late 1970s and lived several hours away; he apparently came to the property twice a week to give the dogs food and water.

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    Up for the count

    There are 61 square miles of land to the District of Columbia—and an unknown number of outdoor cats.

    Collaborative project aims to revolutionize the way communities count and care for cats

    As the first morning visitors to the National Zoo stroll through the entrance, two field technicians with backpacks head in the opposite direction, over Rock Creek, across a parkway carrying commuters into downtown Washington, D.C., and up a steep, muddy hillside.

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