As cities reduce intake of animals, shelters can work more collaboratively. Due to a reduction in intake and euthanasia in Phoenix, the Arizona Animal Welfare League created a unique program with small, rural shelters throughout Arizona. As a shelter partner, what tangible and intangible help do your partners want and need? We'll discuss building partnerships to fill your shelter while creating a fundamental change in the work of animal control in small communities.
National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA): This sessions has been approved for the same amount of credit hours as its length.
- Elisha Dillon | Director of Animal Management, Arizona Animal Welfare League
- Christina Flanagan | Chief Operating Officer, Arizona Animal Welfare League
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