4th National G2Z Summit to End Companion Animal Overpopulation

4th National G2Z Summit to End Companion Animal Overpopulation

4th National G2Z Summit to End Companion Animal Overpopulation

Join the nation's leaders in their journey to Getting to Zero enthanasia of healthy and treatable cats and dogs. Learn from our national and international speakers how you can make this happen in your community.

The event's Key Note speaker will be Richard Avanzino who has had a major influence on America's animal welfare movement. As president of the San Francisco SPCA from 1976-1999 Avanzino led San Francisco to become the first city and county in the nation to offer an adoption guarantee for every healthy shelter cat and dog. The vast majority of the city's sick and injured shelter animals were saved as well.

In 1999 Avanzino became the first president of Maddie's Fund - a family foundation established to help fund the creation of a no-kill nation. Since its inception, Maddie's Fund has awarded animal welfare organisations and universities $96.2 million to save dog and cat lives.

As one of the no-kill movement's most articulate spokespeople, Richard has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, People Magazine, Parade Magazine, ABC's 20/20 and Person of the Week on the ABC Nightly News.

He received a doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of California Medical Centre and earned a law degree at the University of California at Davis Law School.

Rich Avanzino has led the industry for over 32 years and is widely considered to be the godfather of the no-kill movement.

When: 7th - 9th September 2011

Where: QT Gold Coast,
7 Staghorn Ave.
Surfers Paradise, Queensland

Registrations: The Summit is open to all individuals, groups and organizations involved or interested in bringing an end to cat and dog overpopulation. Download the registration form below.

More information: Please visit the National Desexing Network's website

Sponsored by Animals Australia

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