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Animal cruelty crimes generate unique and sensitive types of evidence. Some types of evidence, such as ammonia levels are transitory and require situation appropriate collection. Marks of animal struggling or […]
The time has come for animal welfare advocates to commit to a shared belief system that provides appropriate outcomes for pets, keeps communities safe, and that sets for tenets of […]
Preparing for a large-scale animal cruelty seizure provides exceptional challenges and can be daunting for any agency. This webinar will briefly review how to prepare for, and execute, one of […]
Successful animal cruelty investigations and prosecutions require strong relationships between many agencies and entities. The police, animal services, animal rescue groups, veterinarians, prosecutors, and more have a part to play […]
Do all opossums have rabies? How can you avoid being sprayed by a skunk? What should you do about raccoons living inside attics or chimneys? This webinar will take a […]
This webinar will discuss the importance of cross-sector collaboration in supporting domestic violence survivors and their pets. It will focus on overcoming barriers to creating pet-friendly programs at shelters and […]
This webinar will describe the desperate need to bridge critical gaps that currently exist in domestic violence research and literature. We’ll cover improving batterer intervention programs to better address mental […]
Whether responding in the field to release an animal wrongly caught, guiding someone through it over the phone, or setting an animal free after translocation, this webinar will equip you […]
Ever wish your boss could just tell you what they’re thinking? What can sometimes seem like a mystery, your boss’s thoughts are often more simple than you think. […]