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You can transform your knowledge of Trap-Neuter-Return from zero to hero at your own pace and in your own home! This course is geared towards caregivers and folks new to the world of humane cat management.
In many communities the model of providing spay/neuter, possibly with an optional vaccine or two and a microchip included at the time of surgery, is no longer enough. In this seminar, Emancipet will provide participants with lessons learned, best practices and budgeting tools for adding and managing low-cost vet care to your organizations services. The inclusion of an affordable public “Healthy Pet” clinic component at many shelters and spay/neuter organizations would begin to close the gap in services to lower income and underserved families.
This workshop will provide the knowledge and skills necessary to perform humane euthanasia in an animal shelter. Workshop topics include: safety, humane handling, anesthetics, euthanasia drugs, animal anatomy, proper technique, a hands-on lab where euthanasia is performed, and much more.
Peter Drucker is famously thought to have said “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Whether he said it or not, we couldn’t agree more with the sentiment. Time and again we’ve witnessed and experienced the reality of the internal culture of an organization impacting its capacity to deliver on strategy and mission. It’s no wonder that unhealthy culture leads to disengaged staff, higher turnover, and unhappy clients – all of which make it difficult for an organization to stay focused on goals and program priorities.
Every year, millions of pets go missing across the U.S. Many will never see home again. Why is that? In this nine week online training program, you will learn the scope of the problem, the societal impacts of missing pets, and what you can do to make a difference. You will learn steps your shelter can take to increase reunions and decrease length of stay as well as best practices around counseling and assisting the owners of missing pets. This training is valuable for any animal welfare professional, from management to volunteer. Visit our web site for more info and to register.
EBI is a 16 hour course taught by a veterinarian licensed in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. It is a 2 day HSUS course. It meets the new legal requirements in Michigan for training in premedication, and euthanasia. The course includes lecture, practical and self study. It will be offered at Adopt a Pet in Fenton Michigan on April 3 and 4th. Contact Jody Maddock for registration at Jodydogger@gmail.com.
Description of Event/Training: EBI is a 16 hour course taught by a veterinarian licensed in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. It is a 2 day HSUS course. It meets the new legal requirements in Michigan for training in premedication, and euthanasia. The course includes lecture, practical and self study. It will be offered at Elkhart Humane Society on April 9 and 10th. Contact Ben Matthes for registration at email@example.com