11/13/2019 How to Implement Transport Best Practices

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Recorded On: 11/13/2019

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So you have decided a transport is right for your organization and community – now what?  Where do you start?  How do you get there and which animals will you choose?

This webinar will explain how to implement the newly revised Companion Animal Transport Best Practices Document at your organization. Transport provides a means of addressing animal population imbalance across the country and this webinar will share some of the key areas to consider when establishing a program. 

This is the second session in a new 4-part updated Best Practices Webinar Series: Companion Animal Transport (2019), based on the recently revised Best Practices document.

Approved for 1 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credit and 1 CE  by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) for Texas Animal Control Officers

Jerrica Owen, CAWA

Director for Strategic Initiatives and Interim Campus Co-Director, San Diego Campus San Diego Humane Society

Jerrica Owen is the Director for Strategic Initiatives and the Interim San Diego Campus Co-Director for San Diego Humane Society. She has 15 years animal welfare experience, her first 6 years concentrated in animal behavior where she implemented, executed and managed a behavior evaluation program at SDHS. Her experience and expertise includes animal behavior, effective animal shelter inventory and population management, process efficiencies, program development, and progressions in policy and procedure. Jerrica received a B.S. degree in Health Science from California State University, Chico, and is a Certified Animal Welfare Administrator (CAWA).

Sarah Thompson, CAWA

Director for Rescue & Recovery, San Diego Humane Society

Sarah Thompson, CAWA, is the Director for Rescue & Recovery with San Diego Humane Society.  She has held several positions over a 12 year span with SDHS, including oversight of Guest Relations and Adoptions at the San Diego Campus, and several organization wide programs including Retail Operations, Livestock, Alternative Placement (Foster and Rescue) and Animal Transport.  Sarah is also a member of the SDHS Emergency Response Team, providing support to the community in times of disaster or other emergencies. 

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