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National Animal Care & Control Association

Training Conference 2015

Baltimore, Maryland

October 1 – 2, 2015




Training Conference 2015 Resources


2015 NACA Awards - Sponsored by the Petco Foundation


Training Conference 2015 Breakout Session Handouts

Speaker handouts are provided below. All of the sessions were recorded LIVE during Training Conference 2015, and can be purchased in MP3 format on CD-ROM. This CD-ROM is for playback on a PC, Mac, Laptop or any MP3 compatible device. Click HERE to download the order form. 

Session 1

CLASS A - 2013 Colorado Floods. Boulder’s Emergency Animal Air Rescues: A Military and Animal Control Collaboration 
Janee’ Boswell, Boulder Police Department

CLASS B - Cheap Tips!  Improved Comfort and Care for the Financially Challenged 
Margaret L. Hunt, DVM
CLASS C Creative Captures
Kat Albrecht, Missing Pet Partnership

CLASS D - Verbal De-Escalation Techniques: Stepping Back From the Edge
Daniel Ettinger, Denver Animal Protection

Session 2


CLASS A - Zoonosis – Things That ACO’s Shouldn’t Catch
Julie A. Ryan Johnson, DVM, Boehringer Ingelheim Shelter Medicine Team

CLASS B -  Enacting Proactive Ordinances: Omaha’s Story
Mark T. Langan, Nebraska Humane Society

CLASS C -  Multi-Agency Coordination of Animal Issues in Disaster  - How to Guide 
Anne McCann, USDA/APHIS/Animal Care

CLASS D - Task Force Responses to Animal Care & Control Problems - Part 1 - Lockwood/Miller Handout
Randall Lockwood, PhD, ASPCA and Sharon Miller, City of Baltimore

Session 3


CLASS A - Presentation on The Million Cat Challenge
Kate F. Hurley, DVM, MPVM, UC Davis Center for Animal Health

CLASS B - Show Me the Money - Fundamentals for the 21st Century Grant Seeker
Michael Barrett, ASPCA & Sue Cosby, Petco Foundation

CLASS C - Emergency Animal Sheltering & Decontamination 
Frank Ruggiero, Jessamine County Animal Care & Control

CLASS D - Task Force Responses to Animal Care & Control Problems – Part 2
Randall Lockwood, PhD, ASPCA and Sharon Miller City of Baltimore

Session 4


CLASS A - Changing Toxic Paradigms in the World of Public Safety - 9 Toxic Bosses
Capt. Steve Neal (Ret), Leatherman & Neal

CLASS B - Roundtable Discussion Like You've Never Experienced Before!
Randy Covey, Washington County Animal Services and NACA 
Misha Goodman, Bernalillo County Animal Care Services and NACA 

CLASS C - Understanding the Animal Welfare Act 
Dr. Jerry Rushin, USDA/APHIS/Animal Care

CLASS D - Veterinary Science Initiative:  Effectively Using Humane Education in a Comprehensive Community Shelter Approach 
Brittany Watson Tisa, VMD-PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

Session 5


CLASS A - Crime Scene and Animal Cruelty Forensic Photography 
Belinda Lewis, Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control

CLASS B - It’s A Zoo – What Would YOU Do? 
Anne McCann - USDA/APHIS/Animal Care

CLASS C - Strategic Planning for Your Humane Education Program 
Brittany Watson Tisa, VMD-PhD, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

CLASS D - Troubleshooting Conflicts with Coyotes - Coyote Management Plan - Preventing Coyote Conflicts - Coyote Control - Coyote Hazing Guidelines
Lynsey White Dasher, HSUS

Session 6


CLASS A - Beyond Animal Control: Daily Community Education 
Todd Stosuy, Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter and NACA

CLASS C - Puppy Mill Investigations 101 
Justin Scally, Animal Welfare & Protection Consultant

CLASS C - Shelter Animals Count – The National Database Project 

CLASS D - Urban Wildlife 102 
John Griffin, HSUS




Conference Brochure (prints on legal size paper)

Schedule of Events

Course Descriptions

Speaker Bios

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