San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Missing Pet Partnership, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reuniting people with their lost pets, has studied the issue of lost companion animals and discovered that understanding those patterns of behavior can dramatically increase the chances that a lost dog or cat will be recovered. Your willingness to guide pet owners to the proper recovery techniques could not only save their animal's life, it could free up cage space in your community’s shelter and save the life of another animal as well.
Workshop sponsored by The Aidmatrix Foundation and Dallas Companion Animal Project, and hosted by Dallas Animal Services. Friday lunch provided by Merck Animal Health. Saturday lunch provided by Feral Friends Community Cat Alliance and Philip Walker, Realtor Coldwell Banker Residential.
Parking is free! For more information, contact Rebecca at partners@DallasAnimals.org.
Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St
Dallas Companion Animal Project
DCAP's Mission: Guiding the community toward increasing programs to end the killing of adoptable homeless animals.
DCAP's Vision: A city where the government, business and non-profit sectors recognize that the welfare of companion animals is a quality-of-life issue affecting everyone, worthy of everyone’s investment.