No Kill. No Harm. An Ethic for the Future of Lifesaving

February 2020 by Kristen Hassen-Auerbach

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 60:00

No Kill. No Harm. An Ethic for the Future of Lifesaving

Kristen Hassen-Auerbach introduces the concept of how transforming our thinking about animal management and sheltering can lead to more live outcomes, cost-effective solutions for emerging animal management and welfare challenges and a more fully engaged public. This presentation was recorded by Maddie's Fund® at the 2020 American Pets Alive! Conference.

About Kristen Hassen-Auerbach

Kristen Auerbach is the Director of Pima Animal Care Center, Pima County's only open-admissions animal shelter which takes in 17,000 homeless, lost and abandoned pets annually and serves 15,000 animals through animal protection and outreach services. Under her direction, PACC is saving more than 90 percent of the cats and dogs who come to the shelter including orphaned puppies and kittens, pets recovering from illness and injuries and animals who have been victims of cruelty or neglect. In 2017, she oversaw the opening of the newly constructed state-of-the-art, animal services facility.

Kristen has received national recognition for her innovative, lifesaving programs. Her efforts have been featured in numerous national publications and websites, such as Animal Sheltering magazine, the Huffington Post, BarkPost, the Dodo and Buzzfeed, and on TV networks, including CNN, Fox and ABC. Kristen formerly served as the Deputy Director at Austin Animal Center in Austin, Texas as well as the Assistant Director at the Fairfax County Animal Shelter in Fairfax, Virginia.


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