Cincinnati, OH: Animal Welfare Seminar - January 23, 2014 2825 Campus Way, Braunstein Hall - Room 201
LOCATION CHANGE: Due to higher than anticipated RSVP's, we have moved the event to Room 201 Braunstein Hall, 2825 Campus Way, Cincinnati, OH 45221. We apologize for any inconvenience this last minute change causes anyone.
The Humane Society of the United States invites our members, supporters, and other animal advocates to join your Ohio Director of Outreach and Engagement to discuss current issues and learn what you can do for animals in Ohio.
This seminar will include an update on the pending and proposed animal welfare legislation as well as some of The Humane Society of the United States’ animal protection programs.
The presentation will include recent successes such as Ohio’s puppy mill bill, dangerous exotic animal restrictions, and the Livestock Care Standards board. We will also discuss ongoing challenges including passing a felony cockfighting bill and legislation to include pets in personal protection orders (restraining orders), outlawing bestiality, ending euthanasia by gas chamber, and other important issues. We will also discuss The HSUS farm animal protection programs including the recently formed HSUS Agriculture Advisory Council for Ohio.
RSVP today to lend your voice for animals in Ohio. Contact John Dinon at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions.
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Address: 2825 Campus Way Braunstein Hall - Room 201 Cincinnati, OH 45221 United States
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