Editor’s note: In a multipart series over the next several weeks, we’ll be providing an analysis of successful No More Homeless Pets campaigns — how they work, why they work and what distinguishes them from each other to achieve no-kill in their communities. When Bonney Brown (pictured) took the helm at Reno-based Nevada Humane Society (NHS) […]
The City of Austin comes together to create a time of No More Homeless Pets thanks to the dedication of individuals and organizations that have solutions like low cost spay/neuter clinics and life-saving programs on the agenda.
Avanzino’s watershed achievement was an adoption compact with the city that effectively turned San Francisco into a no-kill community.
Collaboration, transparency, accountability: Rich Avanzino and the San Francisco Model for No-Kill Part I
In the animal welfare field, Rich’s game plan and out-of-the-box thinking have been renamed and reconfigured but have stood the test of over two decades of real world application.
Bill Bruce, director of Animal Services and Bylaws in Calgary, has approached saving shelter animals with an integrated top-down, community-policy approach.
To increase the pet save rate – their model leans heavily on a non-mandatory, publicly funded spay/neuter program that targets the low-income communities.
This blog series will provide an analysis of successful No More Homeless Pets campaigns and how they work to achieve no-kill in their communities.