Do you know what's needed to save the lives of more animals in your community? The answer to that question begins with understanding what already exists in terms of resources, as well as the major issues facing homeless pets in your area and the people who work to help them.
On March 19, 2015, at 9 PM Eastern, join Bonney Brown of Humane Network and Maddie's Institute® for an exciting presentation, Assessing Your Community to Save More Animals' Lives.
This webcast will provide a strategy to look at your community in a new way, to assess needs and identify opportunities. You’ll learn how to gather and analyze information and statistics and how to use what you learn to develop strategies to facilitate positive results for the animals.
Bonney Brown is the president and founder of Humane Network, which works with animal welfare organizations across the U.S. to dramatically improve live release rates for dogs and cats entering shelters by employing sustainable, responsible lifesaving strategies.
Bonney was the Executive Director of Nevada Humane Society in Reno, Nevada, serving all of Washoe County, from January 2007 through July 2013. In 2007 she increased adoption rates by 53 percent for dogs and 84 percent for cats, and increased the save rate by for dogs and cats countywide by 50 percent.
In 2010 through 2013, Washoe County, Nevada, realized a 94 percent save rate for animals coming into area shelters, making it one of the safest communities in the country for homeless animals. This save rate has been sustained under new leadership.
Under Bonney’s leadership Nevada Humane Society and Washoe County received Maddie’s Fund’s Community Lifesaving Award. She is a recipient of the 2009 Henry Bergh Leadership Award and 2007 Shelter Director of the Year Award.
Get more information about the webcast and register here.