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Animal Sheltering

JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2010

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Scoop

  • Matchmakers help rabbits find that special somebunny
  • The Wildlife Aid Brigade works to keep wild babies and their kin together and safe
  • Unwanted CDs benefit upstate New York SPCA
  • Study suggests that microchipping and database registration should happen concurrently
  • Better options for horses
  • Stemming the tide of pet overpopulation in Alabama
  • Study identifies coping strategies for staff stress related to euthanasia
  • Want to help save puppy mill dogs? Become a Placement Partner
  • Humane officer branches out to attempt daring, aerial rescue to free trapped bird
  • Newly redesigned Form 990 proves taxing for nonprofit shelters filing with the IRS

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Coffee Break

In your space, you told us about what gadget—real or imagined—you would most like to have, and how it would help you help animals.

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On the Inside, Looking Out

Prison programs transform inmates as well as animals

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Making it Work: Formalizing Your Volunteer Program is Worth the Effort

Formalizing your volunteer program is worth the effort

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Keys to a Cool Shelter Website

Amazing new tools to engage people, create community, and support your mission

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A Crisis in Customer Service? Not So Much

A secret shopper program finds plenty to purr about—and some room for improvements

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Discrimination at the Adoption Counter

Does turning down a potential adoption put your organization at risk of a lawsuit?

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A Framework Allowing for Change

Volunteer programs continue to thrive with the right people and systems in place

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Days of Wine and Rabbits

Rescue group uses private-label vintage and the amorous image of rabbits to raise funds— and promote awareness of spay/neuter