Transporting to the Future - Best Practices and Guidelines for Animal Transport
Becky Burton, St. Hubert's Vice President of Direct Animal Care
Colleen Harrington, St. Hubert's Transfer & WayStation Program Coordinator
Connecting places of opportunity with areas of need - that is the future of animal sheltering. For the past two years St. Hubert's has pioneered high volume transport of animals from the southern states to New England and Canada. Learn how this program operates and the best practices and guidelines that must serve as the foundation of all effective and safe transport.
Note: This course has been pre-approved for Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credits.
Becky Burton joined St. Hubert’s over 20 years ago and currently oversees our animal care and lifesaving partnerships. Becky has been a NJ Certified Animal Control officer for over 20 years and is also a NJ Certified Animal Cruelty Investigator. She has been involved in numerous out-of-state animal rescues including: the Joplin, MO tornado, the largest animal cruelty rescue in history at Caboodle Ranch in Florida, and the Humane Society of the United States’ Hurricane Sandy sheltering on the Jersey Shore. Becky is also an ASPCA & HSUS emergency responder, a Red Rover first responder, and is trained in CPR and first aid for animals. She has completed FBI emergency response training to respond to federal dog fighting cases and has earned numerous FEMA and ICS certifications. In her “spare” time she is mother to two children, 5 dogs, and 4 cats.
Questions? Contact Matt Wildman, [email protected]