Christina Snow

Christina Snow

Animal Protection Manager, Pima Animal Care Center

Christina serves as the Animal Protection Manager for Pima County in Tucson, Arizona. Christina oversees 19 Animal Protection Officers; receiving 20,000 calls for service, which covers over 9,000 square miles. Prior to her work in Pima County, Christina was a Field Training Officer for Austin Animal Protection for five years.

Friday Feb 28th, 2020

When to Bring Them In: Pets That Truly Need Shelter

Clock Icon4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Map Icon Capitol A-C, Sheraton Austin at the Capitol

When should animal control officers bring animals into the shelter? How do you prioritize calls when you get jammed? What role can returning animals in the field play in your organization's drive to save lives? Learn policies and procedures to implement in your organization and take the guesswork out of bringing animals in and streamline and prioritize the safety and wellness of pets and people.


Keeping Families Together: The Future of Animal Control

Clock Icon3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Map Icon Capitol D, Sheraton Austin at the Capitol

Join this panel discussion as Marc Peralta leads a discussion with a panel of expert animal protection change-makers. What role does Animal Control play in community lifesaving? Hear how animal protection units around the country are thinking about what's next for animal protection.

Saturday Feb 29th, 2020

We're on the Same Team: ACOs and the Future of Animal Protection

Clock Icon2:45 pm - 3:30 pm
Map Icon Capitol A-C, Sheraton Austin at the Capitol

In order to effectively create change in your organization, you need to manage staff expectations and accountability. This session focuses on how to manage change amongst Animal Control officers. Learn how to build teamwork and camaraderie even when things are different and new and reach your departmental goals.


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