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Sweating the Small Stuff


Julie Falconer


Animal shelters vary widely in size, budget, staffing, leadership, and animal care practices. Most battle the unpleasant realities of too many animals, too few staff members, and too little money. So what are the key components of a progressive shelter that saves animals’ lives? The Humane Society of the United States’ Shelter Services program uses shelter veterans to evaluate shelter operations and help agencies drive change.



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