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To promote and protect the health, safety and welfare of animals and people in the state of Tennessee, through proactive education and representation.

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Upcoming events

1 photo(s) Updated on: Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Welcome and Opening Remarks
T’ Fisher, CAIT Director and Michael Gregory, ACCAT President

Cooperation is Not a Dirty Word - Teamwork Makes the Dream Work.
Rob Leinberger, NACA President

Benefits of an Animal Control, Animal Shelter & Community Supported TNR Program  
Alice Burton, Alley Cat Allies

The Tennessee Plan for Animals in Disasters.
Dr. Doug Balthaser and Jamie McClellan, TN Dept. of Agriculture

The Latest on Canine Influenza in Tennessee.
Dr. Staci Cannon

Are We Barking up the Wrong Tree? What Do We Mean When We Say “Behavioral Assessment?”

Why breed-based laws (bdl/bsl) are the wrong choice for your community: "what kind of dog is that, anyhow? Lee Greenwood, Esq., Best Friends

TN Animal Laws and Law Enforcement. 
Tammy J. Rettig, Williamson County DA office.

From Call to Court. What is Needed to Prosecute a Case.
Tammy J. Rettig, Williamson County DA office.

Rabies Epidemiology and Guidance. 
Dr. John Dunn, TN Department of Health

Decreasing Intake and Increasing Adoptions. 
Dr. Mike Greenberg, Shelter Veterinarian

Healthy Shelters: More than Medicine.
Terry G. Spencer, DVM, Med

Fundamentals for the Twenty-First Century Grant Seeker 
Michael Barrett, ASPCA

Employee Retention. 
Angel Waterfield, MHR, SHRM-SCP, Charleston Animal Society

5 Population Management Tools to Save More Lives. 
Dr. Staci Cannon, Metro Animal Care and Control

How to Stop Feline Upper Respiratory Infections. 
Dr. Staci Cannon, Metro Animal Care and Control

What you Need to Know about Parvoviruses.
Dr. Staci Cannon, Metro Animal Care and Control

ACCAT is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

P.O. Box 20124 

Knoxville, TN 37940


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