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Animal Relocation in the COVID-19 Era - Shared screen with speaker view
Brian DiGangi
43:21
Hi Molly! How are you?
Sue Clement
44:44
Sue Clement with the ASPCA in Seattle
Rosemary Ramsay
44:46
Palm Springs Animal Shelter, Palm Springs, CA, USA
Tim Molina
44:51
ASPCA Weaverville, NC
Stacey Blanyar
44:53
Lake City Humane Society- Lake city Florida, USA
Adrian Pena
44:58
ASPCA NYC, USA
Darren Young
44:58
ASPCA BRC Asheville NC
jessica rushin
44:59
Jessica Rushin, ASPCA, Denver, CO
Christine Young
45:03
ASPCA, BRC Weaverville, NC
katie brown
45:04
Katie - Homeward Pet - WA
Rita Betournay
45:10
Dave Betournay with the ASPCA from NH
Angela Ledgerwood
45:16
Washington County Animal Shelter, Fayetteville, AR
Rachel Eure
45:17
Asheville Humane, Asheville NC
Molly White
45:20
Molly with the ASPCA from MI
Keegan Spera
45:38
Hi Kevin O'Neill :)
Elizabeth Lyons
45:48
Haines Animal Rescue Kennel - Haines Alaska
Nicole Ryan
45:55
The Animal Foundation, Las Vegas NV
Brian DiGangi
53:29
Will slides be available to download after (for Marie's question)?
ASPCApro Madelinne
56:04
Yes, it'll be on the Pro page for this webinar once the recording is posted
Brian DiGangi
57:09
Hi Marie, all the slides will be available for download on the Pro page once the recording from today is posted! And the Preparedness Guide itself is available and contains all the same info and more :)
Underdog Training
01:01:43
when it comes to relocation, as a trainer with a facility, able to house 10 dogs inside the facility, some things take time to get. exactly being a special land use permit. this permit can take up to a year to get. So while waiting for this, can we still move forward with the dogs staying at a training facility? these are animal control strays that will soon be going through the training. So since staff has to stay home, will laws like special land use be set aside during this pandemic?
Kevin ONeill
01:20:27
Hi Underdog Training...not an easy question to answer. Land use laws are so specific to local governments that we wouldn't be able to say for sure whether they would be set aside. We haven't documented any stay at home orders addressing land use, but the stay at home orders have largely focused on the essential functions/personnel. The best advice would be to consult a local land use attorney/expert to provide specific information about your situation.
Underdog Training
01:29:39
Thank you for your response
Kevin ONeill
01:30:55
Thanks Mary. That would be great to see.
Adrian Pena
01:39:04
Thank you! this was great!
Deirdre Franklin
01:39:10
THANK YOU!
Linda Sanchez
01:39:24
Thank you
Stacey Blanyar
01:39:35
Thank you
Darren Young
01:40:54
Thank you!
Tim Molina
01:42:20
Thank you111
DAVID HILL
01:42:39
Great info and relocation guide - Thank you so much!