Achieving and Sustaining No-Kill

February 2015 by Cheryl Schneider

Audience: Executive Leadership

Video Length: 65 minutes

Learn how Williamson Country Regional Animal Shelter in Texas, an open admission shelter, started on their path to no-kill and how they continue to achieve a high save rate every month. Presented by Cheryl Schneider, Director of Animal Services of Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter, this program was part of the American Pets Alive! 2015 No-Kill Conference.

About Cheryl Schneider

Cheryl Schneider, was a nurse/paramedic for 32 years and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource Management. She has always have had a love for animals and got into animal welfare in 1999 as co-founder of Lockhart Cause for Paws, Inc. After retiring from the EMS profession, Cheryl began work at the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter in 2007 as the Director of Animal Services. 

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