Dogs Playing For Life At The Animal Care Expo In New Orleans!

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Learn why play groups are so important to our future as animal welfare organizations. Spend your day listening to shelter staff, vets, and behaviorists share their stories about the implementation and impact of daily play groups for shelter dogs. Learn how play groups can be a game-changer for your shelter as well.
Presenters: Jennifer Abrams, Behavior and Enrichment Manager, Animal Care & Control of NYC; Dr. Cynda Crawford, Director, Maddie’s Clinical Assistant Professor of Shelter Medicine, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida; Christopher Fitzgerald, Director of Animal Services, The City of Rochester; Tawny Hammond, Animal Shelter Director, Fairfax County Police Department; Nicole Harris, Division Chief, Animal Care & Protective Services; Matthew Holt, Trainer and Playgroup Program Coordinator, Kansas City Pet Project; Dr. Amy Marder; Aimee Sadler, Founder, Dogs Playing for Life and Director, Training and Behavior, Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation; Alison Waszmer, Enrichment and Staff Training Supervisor, Animal Care & Control of NYC; Shannon Wells, CPDT–KA, Director of Shelter Operations and Lifesaving Programs, Kansas City Pet Project
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