An exhilarating conversation with Citizens for the Animal Abuse Registry as they discuss a statewide initiative to take on animal abusers in Michigan. Discover how you and your organization can play a role. Michigan Pet Alliance is hosting a panel discussion to explore a 2024 ballot initiative that will create an animal abuse registry and establish timeframes for an automatic forfeiture process.
MPA experts discuss solutions to the “capacity crisis” facing animal shelters across the country. The panel consists of industry experts sharing their approach to managing this unprecedented challenge. Our experts review current data to identify some of the causes of the crisis. Additionally, they discuss tactics to successfully help animals find homes during the adoption slowdown and for keeping animal guests safe and happy for the extended stays many of them are experiencing in shelters.
Humane Society of Huron Valley (HSHV) in Ann Arbor is one of several shelters in Michigan that has an adoption program for cats diagnosed with feline leukemia (FeLV). We spoke with Gary Evans, the clinic director at HSHV, to learn more. Wheels by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist:… Continue reading FeLV Cat Adoption Program
Learn more about what Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is, how to test for it, what symptoms to look for and how to prevent it.
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Learn more about the pros and cons of using laser pointers to play with cats.
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!
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.