Animal Behavior, Emotion, and Personality
Animal Welfare, Rights, and Law
The conference focuses on topics like: assessing animal welfare through scientific research, case studies on animal welfare, legal frameworks in place to enhance animal welfare, farm/companion/wild/captive animal welfare and management, critical evaluations of current animal welfare standards, and animal welfare advocacy.
This conference is dedicated to the protection and rescue of animals and the people who deal with animals on a daily basis. The goal is to share knowledge and experience on an international level, and through this to increase the capacity of animal protectionists and all those who work with animals, and to broaden the horizons of those interested in the field.
Hear from government leaders and experts across human services and animal welfare disciplines on topics including supporting the human-animal bond and lifting up leaders from affected communities to advocate for low-barrier animal policies in shelter and housing. Enjoy curated storytelling segments, interactive activities, and loads of giveaways.
ICAWC has one simple goal; to work together so that every dog and cat gets the love and care they deserve. Around the world, many companion animals desperately need help and that's why we provide a platform to help raise awareness of these issues. Sharing ideas. Learning about best practices. Inspiring us all to change for the better.
Canines and Canine Training
This symposium at Rowan University is one of America's most important gatherings devoted to therapy dogs. The day-long conference brings together therapy dog handlers, health care experts, academics, those who want to get involved and people who simply love dogs, to share information, cutting edge research, insights from practical applications and best practices.
Emergency, Disaster, and Police
The professional men and women who wear the uniform and serve will join together for one common mission - to train for a better and safer K-9 deployment the next time they hit the streets. Our training topics are very diverse and the style of delivering them is unique to the Police and Military K-9 profession.
A unique platform for senior experts from police forces to explore and demonstrate proven training and canine handling strategies to support law enforcement officers and gain insights into the latest technologies that can augment K9 training programs, enhance their olfactory senses and drive the proper breeding of canines for police operations.
The Summit strengthens links between equine research and horsemanship circles by highlighting the practical and academic strategies that make horses' lives better. A conference on best horse practices and equine research, bringing together educators, researchers, horse owners, as well as working, professional, and recreational riders, for presentations on best practices related to care, handling, management, training, and riding.
OF HORSE, HUMAN & NATURE brings together leading voices and experts in equine and animal behavior, natural horsemanship, ranching, outfitting, and equine and human initiatives that advance well-being, along with horse-and-rider demonstrations, hands-on experiences with horses, and compelling storytellers, award-winning equine films and the latest research and science in these and related fields.
This summit is a place to convene around our shared goal of increasing equine adoption and providing a space to connect, innovate, and inspire one another. Make new friends, engage in groundbreaking collaborations, and come together as a community. We invite anyone with a passion for helping horses and equine adoption to join us.
Our mission is through sustained investment in rigorous research, HHRF serves as a catalyst to advance global knowledge of horse-human interactions and their impact on the health and wellness of people and horses. This conference is aimed at HAI researchers and those associated with equine therapy and other equine services.
HAI, HAB, and AAI
This conference is open to all member of the animal assisted intervention community. Examples of conference topics include Protecting Animal Welfare in AAI: Our Ethical and Moral Responsibility, Best Practice Standards in Animal Assisted Interventions: Risk Assessment, Competency Assessment for Handlers in AAI, and much more!
This conference is a great opportunity for like-minded speakers, educators, students, policy makers, researchers, healthcare professionals, and housing stakeholders to come together to hear the latest science and practice on a topic that's important to the relationship between people and pets, supporting the bond to ensure people and pets stay together.
Exhibitors have an opportunity to interact with AALAS members from the academic community, research institutions, government organizations, and commercial companies. The AALAS National Meeting is the largest gathering in the world of professionals concerned with the production, care, and use of laboratory animals.
Tradeline's annual animal research facilities conference details the new planning, design, construction, and operational strategies for high-capacity, highly efficient, flexible animal research space. This conference is open to all with interest in the planning, design, construction, and operation of animal research facilities.
This conference brings together leading minds to improve access to veterinary care. With four tracks and topics ranging from incorporating AVC in veterinary education and challenges facing the veterinary field to AVC models and how to apply them, this conference is aimed at anyone involved in (or interested in engaging in) access to veterinary care work.
This summit is aimed at veterinary social workers. Examples of topics include: Compassion fatigue & conflict management, AAI, the link between human and animal violence, animal related grief and bereavement, the impact of environmental change on the human-animal relationship, and play and well-being activities.
Zoo and Aquatic Life
This year's conference themes are sustainability, animal welfare, conservation, and strategic planning. The WAZA Annual Conference is the highlight of the year for members of the global zoos and aquariums community. It provides an opportunity to gather, network and share knowledge on the topics that matter most to us.
This conference is open to anyone who is interested in aquatic animal protection, regardless of sector. It is happening at a critical juncture, particularly as we approach the last decade of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, to elevate public awareness of aquatic animal sentience and the importance of taking their welfare into consideration going forward.
This conference promotes 1) adherence to highly acceptable ex situ animal management standards and best practices, and 2) to significantly contribute to the advancement of wildlife science and education, as well as to biodiversity and wildlife habitat conservation initiatives especially in the Southeast Asian Region.