Ann Dunn on Implementing HASS at Oakland Animal Services

September 28th, 2020

In this presentation, director Ann Dunn discusses the changes being made at Oakland Animal Services as part of the Human Animal Support Services pilot. As a pilot shelter of the HASS project, Oakland Animal Services is shifting their focus to a prevention based model of sheltering, rather than reactionary. See how this incredible pilot California based shelter is pushing their work toward more community support and involvement as part of this implementation. Learn about all the changes they are making in this brief presentation!

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