Calendar of Events 2004
AUGUST 19 – 22
Paws to Think
Conference on Homeless Animals Management and Policy (CHAMP) • Orlando, Florida • 516-883-7767 • www.champconference.org
Teresa Dockery Esther Mechler
26 – 28
American Humane Association Conference • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • www.americanhumane.org
OCTOBER 22 - 24
OPEN PAW National Humane Education Conference • Los Angeles, California • 707-745-4237 • www.puppyworks.com
NOVEMBER 11 - 14
SPAY/USA Southern Regional Leadership Conference • New Orleans, Louisiana • 1-800-248-7729
We need your adoption numbers! If your organization participated in North Shore Animal League America’s 10th annual Pet Adoptathon® and have not yet reported your adoption statistics, please contact us today! Without your numbers, we’ll never know just how many animals were saved during this worldwide event.
call 1.877.BE.MY.PAL email firstname.lastname@example.org fax 516.812.7281
Land and Habitat Preservation As our nation grows and expands, wildlife habitat is quickly being devoured. The Pet Savers Foundation has developed a program to permanently preserve segments of land for the protection of wildlife habitat and for future generations to enjoy. Call today to learn more about our “Land and Habitat Preservation” program – 516-883-7767.
Amanda Alio Paws to Think is an official publication of The Pet Savers Foundation, a nonprofit organization located at 59 S. Bayles Avenue, Port Washington, NY 11050. The Pet Savers Foundation advocates for humane organizations to improve their management skills while developing effective working relationships with other animal welfare organizations. Paws to Think is published quarterly and distributed to more than 30,000 animal caregivers, veterinarians, and animal welfare organizations around the world. You can receive Paws to Think four times each year for a suggested minimum donation of $20 each year. Animal welfare organizations, animal caregivers and animal control agencies may reprint articles published in Paws to Think magazine. The articles may be reprinted in whole or in part, without prior permission, provided that the reprinting serves educational purposes in keeping with the magazine's intent. We request that credit be given to the article's author as well as Paws to Think and The Pet Savers Foundation, and that a copy of the publication containing the reprinted material is sent to The Pet Savers Foundation. The Pet Savers Foundation does not endorse or guarantee any products, services, or vendors mentioned in the Paws to Think magazine, nor can it be responsible for problems with vendors or their products or services. Also, The Pet Savers Foundation reserves the right to reject, at its discretion, any advertising. Views expressed by guest authors are not necessarily those of The Pet Savers Foundation.
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