Free-roaming cat expert Dr. Margaret Slater, of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, will discuss TNR (trap, neuter and release) programs, population dynamics and targeted spay/neuter programs. This no-cost webinar is a must for anyone already working with free-roaming cat populations or is interested in starting a program in their community.
Dr. Slater is a veterinarian and epidemiologist who has worked in private practice and as a professor of epidemiology at Texas A & M University. Her focus has been on health and disease in companion animals, including research on chronic diseases, questionnaire evaluation and pet overpopulation. She joined the ASPCA in 2008 and currently provides epidemiological and statistical support for staff across the ASPCA, with emphasis on animal shelter focused research. She is internationally recognized for her work on the sources, problems and potential solutions for free-roaming cats and dogs. Dr. Slater has authored over 85 peer-reviewed publications and two books.
This free webinar is presented by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies in association with the PEI Humane Society and the Sir James Dunn Animal Welfare Center at the Atlantic Veterinary College, UPEI, Charlottetown, PEI.
For further information, contact the CFHS by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: 613-224-8072.
Date: Monday, March 19
Time: 3-4 pm Eastern
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(Press Release by CFHS)