New England Animal Welfare Regional Calls


On Tuesday, April 27th, the New England Federation of Humane Societies will be hosting our next New England Animal Welfare Regional Call.
Transport is a topic on the minds of a lot of animal welfare organizations, especially here in New England where our local pet populations are not meeting the adoption hopes of our residents. How do we best get the pets in need of homes from where they are outside of our region to our shelters here? This will be a 2-part series, starting with Logistics on April 27th and Humane and Ethical Transport on June 1st.
The panelists for this first discussion will be:
Audrey Lodato- Strategist, East Region, Best Friends Animal Society
Lindsay Hamrick- Director of Shelter Outreach and Engagement, Humane Society of the United States
Mike Keiley- Director of Adoption Centers and Programs, MSPCA-Angell

Next Session:

4/27 @ 9:00 am: From Here to There: Logistics of Adoptable Pet Transports






4/13 Follow- Up Discussion: Spay/Neuter – What’s the Snipuation?

3/23 – Panel Discussion: Spay/Neuter – What’s the Snipuation?

3/9 – Follow-Up Discussion: Pet Acquisition

2/23 – Where Will Pets be Coming From in the Future?

1/26 – Dog Population in the United States: Supply and Demand from 2018 to 2050 

12/15 – Human Service Partnerships

12/8 – Pet Acquisition Perspectives

11/17 – Public Attitudes and Animal Welfare Messaging

10/27 Access to Veterinary Care in New England

10/13 Community Perspective Related to Welfare of Animals

10/6 New England Animal Welfare: Life after Overpopulation – Introduction to The Data