August 7, 2017
Categories: Uncategorized, #MaddieMonday

Happy #MaddieMonday! There’s a few days left to apply for fall apprenticeships, so if you haven’t already applied – what are you waiting for? More information on that below, along with anything else you may have missed from last week!

Fall apprenticeships start soon – apply by August 14!
While it may seem a little early for cooler weather and pumpkin-spiced anything and everything, fall is just around the corner, and now’s the time to apply for our fall apprenticeship programs! With eight opportunities ranging from adoption matchmaker to parvo ICU to volunteer management, there’s something for everyone. The application window for all opportunities… Learn More

Here’s your discount code for the American Pets Alive! Conference next month
The 2017 conference season has been a success so far, and we’re not finished yet. Next up is the American Pets Alive! (AmPA!) conference in Austin, TX, on September 23-25, 2017. We’re proud to be a sponsor, and hope you’ll join us to learn how to achieve and maintain no-kill status in your community through… Learn More

Rich Avanzino: The role of the veterinarian in animal sheltering
The unprecedented animal lifesaving we see sweeping the country today came about hand in hand with the rise of shelter medicine. Richard Avanzino, the first president of Maddie’s Fund® and the man widely considered the “godfather of the no-kill movement,” reflected a decade ago on the role of the veterinarian in animal sheltering. Here is… Learn More

Maddie’s Pet Assistant now integrates with Animal Shelter Manager
Maddie’s Pet Assistant app (MPA) is now available to those who use Animal Shelter Manager software! This means the app is now compatible with Animal Shelter Software, PetPoint and Shelterluv. Learn More

Two free webcasts this month – Register today!
The first is rescheduled from June: Managing a Feline Panleukopenia Outbreak in a Shelter, and the second is Updates on Heartworm Disease Management for Animal Shelters.

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