Planning on starting a spay/neuter clinic? Looking to increase the efficiency of your existing S/N program?
Join a discussion with the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Operations Team – they will show you ways to make your operation a long-term success. Find out why effective standard operating procedures (SOPs) are a crucial element in successful program design, and then learn how to develop your own medical and human resource SOPs. Discover how to grow your program to meet increasing demands. Additional webinar topics include:
• The pros and cons of each spay/neuter clinic model
• Tips on staffing and managing volunteers
• Secrets to program budgeting
• Guidelines for start-up spay/neuter groups
Whether you are a medical expert or a program manager, if you’re interested in high quality high volume spay/neuter, this free, 60-minute webinar is for you.
Aimee Christian joined the ASPCA in 2005 as manager of the mobile clinic program. Since then, she’s overseen the growth of the Community Medicine department from two mobile spay/neuter clinics and a dozen staff members to a bicoastal team of over 100, with six mobile units and three stationary clinics performing more than 50,000 surgeries annually. With a background in education, Christian focuses on providing services to the community that keep pets in their homes and out of shelters.
Carolyn R. Brown, DVM
ASPCA Senior Director, Community Medicine
In her current role, Dr. Brown helps provides high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgeries, as well as basic and preventive care, to pets living in poverty and at risk of shelter relinquishment in New York City and Los Angeles. Her patients include privately owned pets, community cats and animals in the care of shelters, rescue groups and foster care networks. A graduate of Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Brown also determines and evaluates medical and surgical protocols.