Press Release: Pet Rescue Teleseminars
New Pet Rescue Association Offers Members Teleseminars from Experts in the Humane Community
Member Teleseminars from the National Association of Pet Rescue Professionals (NAPRP)
SANDPOINT, Idaho –The new National Association of Pet Rescue Professionals (NAPRP) has lined up teleseminars with a number of experts in the humane community. NAPRP Founder and President Susan Daffron will talk with the expert, and then open up the call to questions from members. The live telephone conferences will be recorded and available for download from the membership area of the NAPRP Web site at http://www.naprp.com. The following seminars have been scheduled in March and April:
March 17, 2008: Barbara Bouchet, MEd will discuss what to do when “Volunteers Run Amok.” Although volunteers can be the lifeblood of an organization, “problem volunteers” can cause misery and mayhem. A licensed counselor, with degrees in Psychology, Sociology, and Educational Psychology, Barbara will explain how to recognize problems and deal with them before they get out of control.
March 28, 2008: Dr. Emily Weiss, Ph.D. CAAB, ASPCA Director of Shelter Behavior Programs will discuss the Meet Your Match program. The Feline-ality and Canine-ality programs are designed to increase adoptions and reduce returns with assessment tools that help match up the right cat or dog with the right owner.
April 8, 2008: Lorna McLeod, the author of the “Grant Readiness Workbook” and an upcoming book called the “Grant Readiness Guide: A Guide for Nonprofits to Heighten the Success of Your Organization” will be on hand to talk about what organizations must do before applying for grants.
April 16, 2008: Kim Intino, CAWA, Director of Animal Sheltering Issues at the Humane Society of the United States will talk about some of the many programs HSUS has available to help rescues and shelters.
April 22, 2008: Faith Maloney, one of the founders of Best Friends Animal Society will offer tips for “Surviving and Thriving” to avoid burnout and compassion fatigue, based on her 20+ years working with animals.
The National Association of Pet Rescue Professionals (NAPRP) provides tools, forms, graphics, and information to help those people working with dog or cat rescue, humane societies, or animal shelters raise more money, provide adopter education, and save more pets lives. For more information about the NAPRP, visit the web site at http://www.naprp.com.
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