Elizabeth Ruiz rsvped for Texas Lobbying 101 - Getting Political for Animals! 2020-10-18 00:25:03 -0500
Grassroots lobbying is one of the most effective ways for animal advocates to help pass animal welfare legislation!
Any animal lover can play a critical role in educating legislators on the animal protection issues impacting their communities. This interactive "Introduction to Lobbying" workshop will show how anyone can be a powerful voice for animals during the 2021 legislative session.
When you RSVP, you will automatically land on a page with the webinar.WHENJune 01, 2029 at 6pm
Elizabeth Ruiz rsvped for Helping Texas Pets & Their People by Recognizing the Link 2020-10-18 00:24:19 -0500
Incidents of interpersonal violence are reportedly rising as a disturbing consequence of stay-at home orders and recommendations to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. In this "Introduction to the Link" webinar, special guest Felicia Kerney, Chief of the Community Prosecution Unit, Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, will be discussing the Link and understanding of the dynamic connection between animal abuse and the cycle of family and societal violence while looking at real Texas cases. We will also dissect how animal abuse interfaces with child, domestic and elder abuse.
When you RSVP, you will automatically land on a page with the webinar.WHENJune 30, 2029 at 6pm
THLN has been inundated with questions surrounding COVD-19 so we decided to bring the experts to you. We are proud to host this FREE webinar entitled, "How COVID-19 is Affecting Texas Animals". This webinar is a Q & A styled informal discussion with the following representatives: past President and President-elect of the Texas Animal Control Association (both of whom are urban and rural shelter directors), a shelter veterinarian, a non-profit humane society and an animal emergency and response team.
When you RSVP below, you will automatically receive a confirmation email with the link to the webinar.WHENMay 01, 2030 at 6pm
Elizabeth Ruiz rsvped for Texas Puppy Mills: Saving the Program that Regulates Large-Scale Breeders 2020-10-18 00:21:38 -0500
THLN Executive Director, Shelby Bobosky, along with special guests Jaime Olin, THLN Legislative Chair, Monica Ailey, AIR President, and Lauren Loney, HSUS Texas State Director discuss navigating the legal landscape of large-scale breeding facilities in Texas. This webinar will include basic information on puppy mills, what led to the passage of the Texas Dog & Cat Breeder Act, and how you can help preserve it.
Whether you simply want to educate yourself on puppy mills or understand the Breeders Program better, THLN needs your help to achieve justice for dogs and cats in large-scale breeding facilities!
When you RSVP, you will automatically land on a page with the webinar.WHENMay 01, 2029 at 6pm
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