CEUs APPROVED for ACOs
(Click above link for registration info)
With SMART, CT Dog Gone Recovery, and My Dog's Place Northeast Regional Training
2 Day Lost Pet Recovery Seminar
3 Day MAR K9 Boot Camp
MYSTIC, CT June 9-June 13, 2018
June 9 and 10 will feature classroom training. Topics will include new research on lost pet behavior, marketing lost pets beyond posters, flyers, and facebook, dealing with difficult clients and other professionals, compassion fatigue, drones, thermal imaging cameras, trapping, use of game cameras, ethics, scent theory, and other topics
June 11 to 13 will include dog assessment and MAR dog training for ALL levels (beginner thru advanced). Dog training will be small group so you do not have extended wait time.
You have the choice of attending the dog training only, the classroom
training only, or BOTH. Non-MAR trained attendees are welcome. Costs are:
2 day classroom training $125
3 day handler /1 dog training $400
2nd dog (additional fee) $250
K9 Observer for 3 days. $200
Group rate hotel accommodations have been arranged at Quality Inn Mystic for an incredibly low rate of $94+ tax per night. The $25 fee per dog per night has been waived.
The University of Connecticut School of Law
invites you to a training seminar on
Investigating and Prosecuting Animal Cruelty Cases
Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Time: 8:45 am – 3:30 pm
Location: UConn School of Law, William F. Starr Hall
45 Elizabeth Street
Hartford, CT 06105
Animal Control Officer registration costs $20, which includes food, parking, and informational sessions on the investigation and prosecution of animal cruelty cases in Connecticut.
Attendance at this training is eligible for up to 5 continuing education/CEU credits.
Space is limited, so sign up today! Registration closes on April 30, 2018.
Please register at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/investigating-and-prosecuting-animal-cruelty-cases-tickets-44382549400
8:45: Breakfast & Registration
Session 1 – 9:30-10:45: Investigating and Documenting a Cruelty Case
Session 2 – 11:00-12:00: Legislative Update
Session 3 – 1:00-2:00: Veterinary Forensics and Animal Cruelty
Session 4 – 2:15-3:30: Supporting the Prosecution of a Cruelty Case
CT Cat Connection and Connecticut Humane Society are excited to be bring Hannah Shaw of Kitten Lady to UConn this summer. Hannah is an animal advocate who provides valuable training focused on saving the two most at-risk feline populations: neonatal kittens and community cats. Please join us on Saturday, July 14th from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for Programs that Save Lives, a free workshop that focused on strategies that animal welfare professionals and volunteers can use to save kittens and community cats.
This private workshop is offered to animal care staff and volunteers. Please share this email (and attached flier) with your team of
staff and volunteers who would benefit from this engaging and information-packed program. To learn more and register visit: bit.ly/ProgramsthatSaveLives. Please use the password SaveLives to access the registration
In addition to this private workshop offered only to animal care staff and volunteers, Hannah will be presenting two public programs Community Cats 101 and Tiny but Mighty, creating a full day of cat-themed workshops. More information on Hannah’s public programs can be found at: bit.ly/KittenLadyinCT.
Download the form below:
Email the officer of the day: AGR.AnimalControl@ct.gov
OR Mail to:
Department of Agriculture
Attn: Animal Control Unit
450 Columbus Blvd, Suite 702
Hartford, CT 06103
Click on the link above and create an account to view the program.