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Calling all herding breed lovers; we have the boy for you!

Haus is a handsome one year old boy who loves to explore and go on adventures. He is the perfect hiking companion to get you out the door this spring!

Haus is currently in foster and is loving having a canine friend. He would love to have a doggy sibling of his own!

Do you have experience with this intelligent and active breed and think Haus could be a great fit for you? Click on his profile below, and apply today!

Not looking for a Blue Heeler of your own? Please SHARE and help Haus find his match! đź’ś
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July is Lost Pet Prevention Month

Even if you’re the safest pet parent in the world, it's always smart to make sure to follow these steps to prevent your pet from getting lost!

#PetSafety #LostPetPrevention #petparents
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Wishing everyone a happy & healthy Thanksgiving.

MAC 2021 Webinar Series "Words Matter"
Monday, August 9, 2021 at 5:00 PM
The words we choose to say are the ways we represent ourselves. These words matter. Both our words and our nonverbal actions hold a lot of power, more than we probably even realize. Words are so important because they can begin to shape how an individual actually views themselves and the world. Being intentional about the words we choose involves being a practitioner of careful, thoughtful and deliberate positive communication. This is critical everywhere, yes even for those of us in animal welfare, in veterinary medicine, anywhere as global citizens working with animals and the humans who love them. But don’t worry, there is no perfect here. Everyone makes mistakes and we all will continue to. But if we can hone our listening skills and learn to interact with integrity and respect, we can be part of the way words can change the world. Let’s talk about this and get some practice!
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Speaker Information:
As the new Vice President of Animal Welfare and Veterinary Medicine, Aimee Christian oversees the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s (ARL) animal welfare and veterinary programs, including the Animal Care & Adoption Centers in Boston, Dedham, and Brewster; Community Operations; Community and Shelter Medicine; Law Enforcement; and Boston Veterinary Care (BVC). Working alongside the President & CEO, she ensures that all animal care operations are running smoothly and remain aligned with the organization’s strategic plan. Prior to joining ARL, Aimee was the Vice President of Community Medicine at the ASPCA. In that role she served communities in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami and worked for nearly 15 years overseeing the ASPCA’s high quality, high-volume spay/neuter and basic veterinary care programming nationwide. She is a Fellow at the Center for Animals and Public Policy at Tufts University. Aimee received two master’s degrees from Harvard University, in language and in education. Her areas of expertise are in strategy, coaching/mentoring, change management, and process improvement. She is deeply committed to health equity for underserved animals and humans, and believes that the future of animal welfare is community-based. Originally from New York City, Aimee lives in Concord, Massachusetts with her family, her cats, and a flock of hens, and is a writer in her spare time. She is thrilled to be part of ARL both because its mission is so closely aligned with her passion, and because she sees it as an honor to give back to the communities in her adopted hometown of Boston.
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