The May, 14th seminar on Animal Transports has been cancelled. Instead we will be covering this topic in our GO LIVE Fridays on our Facebook page at 12-12:30PM this Friday, May15th. Please
join us on Friday to learn about what goes into an animal transport and what HSCC does to ensure responsible medical protocols while also saving more lives.
***Not able to join us on Friday exactly at 12PM? No worries! After filming we will post it to our feed for later viewing!***
We have a special opportunity thanks to Alana Stevenson, Animal Behaviorist and Trainer.
Alana has generously put together two webinars about Feline Fundamentals: Humane Handling.
To access these webinars please visit: https://www.alanastevenson.com/
Login using username: HSCCVT
Desk Top Directions: After Logging in click "My Webinars" on the left side of the screen. There are two listed, a part one and part two.
Mobil Phone Directions: After site loads select "Webinars," then Log In to My Webinars using above information. Then once logged in select "My Webinars."
Enjoy! Thanks again to Alana Stevenson for providing us with these webinars!
(Any questions please email Erin Alamed firstname.lastname@example.org)
Helyn Kerr Humane Education Series
Humane Society of Chittenden County’s former Board Chair and advocate, Helyn Kerr, passed away in August, 2016. She was a powerful force in promoting the humane treatment of animals.
She served on our volunteer Board from 2006 – 2014, serving as Chair from 2012-2014. She and her husband David have a two beautiful rescued HSCC alums Jackson and Carly.
After some thoughtful reflection, we have formalized the decision to rename “Best Friends University” to the “Helyn Kerr Humane Education Series”. The series logo was designed from a photo of Jackson and Carly taken by Kelly Schulze of Mountain Dog Photography.
Helyn’s life and worked epitomized all that HSCC's humane educations series attempts to bring to others.
The Helyn Kerr Humane Education Series offers free seminars on various humane education topics that are geared towards anyone interested in knowing more about their companion animals. Past seminars have focused on how dogs think and perceive the world, the latest in feline nutrition, our work in humane investigations, Vermont's animal cruelty laws, first aid for pets, and much more!
Adoption Center Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday: 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Sunday & Monday: CLOSED
Please note that our facility remains closed to walk-in visitors and adoptions are available by appointment only. Visit the Pet Adoption page for more details and to schedule a time with an adoption counselor.
April 7, 2020