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Nothing says summer like a shelter/rescue group data drive!

PetSmart Charities has $25,000 in grants for qualified organizations participating in Shelter Animals Count’s summer 2017 data drive. Don’t get left out! Shelter Animals Count (SAC) is a collaborative initiative […]

Online course to help shelter workers, veterinary professionals with stress, burnout

The condition known as compassion fatigue has been increasingly identified as a threat to the well-being, health, and even lives of people who work with animals.

Tips for a Fear Free pet vaccination

Because August is Immunization Awareness Month, Fear Free founder Dr. Marty Becker shared with us his tips for taking the fear, anxiety, and stress out of the vaccination process for dogs and cats.

From Cats to Caregivers: A holistic approach to caring for shelter cats, staff, and volunteers

Join Dr. Julie Levy and licensed mental health counselor Dr. Ron Del Moro for a free seminar, From Cats to Caregivers, on Sept. 14, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla.

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