Who Should Attend?
Do you have an interest in...
- Spay/Neuter programs or clinics?
- Mobile clinics, fixed-site spay/neuter clinics or TNR programs?
- Spay/Neuter within a traditional shelter or animal control agency?
- Marketing spay and neuter programs to the public and raising awareness?
- Helping control feral cat and dog overpopulation?
- Work in public health or other government agencies?
- Work in dog and cat rescue and adoption?
- Work in a veterinary hospital or clinic?
- Have an interest in statewide spay/neuter assistance networks?
If the answer is yes, this conference is for you!
Just Beginning? Lots of questions? Learn from others mistakes and get a general overview of how to get started.
- Help develop strategies for reducing numbers of feral cats/dogs
- Organizing spay/neuter programs in rural areas of the country
- How to make the most of your resources
- Basics of fundraising
- Basic management for non-profits
- Nonsurgical sterilization
Been coming to conferences? No longer a beginner?
- The High quality, High Volume Super clinic, two models
- Bridging Supply and Demand – the statewide program
- Getting Public Funding for Spay/Neuter programs
- The Mobile Clinic: Where, Why and How
- Intermediate Fundraising
- S/N Legislation well-done
- TNR Policy and Program Development
Veterinarians - Continuing Ed credits
Want to learn the newest, most efficient techniques?
- Unique techniques for most efficient surgeries
- Standards of care for high-volume S/N Clinics
- Antibiotic use in the S/N clinic and shelter
- Cleaning and disinfection Protocols
- Complications of S/N surgery: Prevention and Management
As an attendee of this conference, you will have the opportunity to network with other spay/neuter advocates from within your state and around the country. As an active participant of this conference, you will have a chance to share your own experiences and learn from the success of others. Our goal is to help you gain greater awareness of what it takes to build and strengthen a successful network of spay/neuter programs within your own region.