Learn more about the process and programs of Trap, Neuter, Return, the only humane way to help and manage community cats.
Learn all about feeding stations to help community cats survive and thrive through Michigan winters.
Learn more about creating and managing outdoor shelters for community cats.
Learn more about the role you can play in helping community cats. Everyone can do it!
This webinar is a primer to help people safely interact with cats. You will learn simple body language shifts to look out for and ways to interact with cats that put them at ease. Useful and practical information for shelters, rescues and cat owners.
Add enrichment to your pet’s routine. Learn how to make a snuffle ball. It’s a fun group project for any age.
Part 2 of 2: DIY enrichment. How to make a braided tug toy.
Part 1 of 2: DIY enrichment. How to make a braided tug toy
Make your dog’s day and introduce them to the sniffy walk. Make it all about them. If they want to smell a blade of grass for five minutes, let them! Taking a walk is about more than physical exercise for dogs.
much of this information. Dog body language is an elaborate and sophisticated system of nonverbal communication that we can learn to recognize and interpret. Being able to understand how the dogs in our care are feeling and how to help them feel more comfortable, confident, and safe are essential skills that all shelter staff and rescue volunteers should know.
Separation anxiety affects almost 20% of dogs in the US and is a common reason for rehoming. Though a huge quality of life issue for dogs and their people, the good news is dogs can overcome separation anxiety! Join us for this webinar to learn more about alone-time behavior concerns, training and best ways to help separation anxiety dogs in shelters and rescues get adopted.