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The Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) and St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center believe that together, we can save lives, learn and engage in best practices, and focus on what unites us as an industry. Join us for up-to-date information and guidance from fellow practitioners, as well as regional and national experts on a range of issues, including the COVID-19 crisis, and solutions relevant to animal welfare agencies in the mid-Atlantic region, and beyond.
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Explore HRA's free virtual animal academy with online learning lessons, resources, and videos available for you to share with your own community.
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A message from Patty Crankshaw-Quimby: The Humane Rescue Alliance, St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center, and the Professional Animal Workers of Maryland (PAWS) are excited to present the Regional Toolkit. As the president of Professional Animal Workers of Maryland and the director of animal control and sheltering at Talbot Humane, I know the importance of timely resources for team members in all areas. These educational resources are here for our colleagues in animal welfare, animal control, field services and rescue. This will give you a small taste of what the 2021 Animal Care and Field Services Conference will include. While we were all disappointed to cancel the inaugural conference this year, we believe the delay is an opportunity to make the conference even more robust and exciting for next year. We hope you enjoy the regional toolkit. And we look forward to seeing you next year at the inaugural Animal Care and Field Services Conference in Ocean City, Maryland.
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