Resources

We hope you find this directory of resources useful. If you know of an organization or resource not listed here that may be beneficial to others, please send email to ohiofedhs@gmail.com

MEMBER DISCUSSION FORUM (members only)


Members can log in and access the Member Discussion Forum. Ask a question, post the availability of excess resources such as food or supplies that other members may need, or connect on topics of interest. A summary of recent posts appears below, but to use the Forum you must be logged in.

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OHIO FED WEBINAR LIBRARY (members only)

Members of Ohio Fed have access to a library of recorded webinars originally offered live throughout the year. Log in to view. Not a member? Join hereThis webinar series is sponsored by the Petco Foundation. 

ANIMAL LAW e-BOOK (members only)


This online reference is intended for members of the Ohio Animal Welfare Federation who regularly investigate and enforce Ohio laws relating to animal control, cruelty, neglect and abandonment.

NATIONAL RESOURCES


NATIONAL LINK COALITION

A monthly report of news from the National Resource Center on the link between animal abuse and human violence.

NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF ABUSE INVESTIGATIONS AGENCIES

A directory of agencies that respond to animal abuse complaints in over 6,500 counties, cities and towns, including 105 communities in Ohio. The directory was created to make it easier for the public to report suspected animal abuse. It also contains hotlines for reporting child abuse, elder abuse and domestic violence.

SHELTER ANIMALS COUNT
Shelter Animals Count is a collaborative initiative formed by a diverse group of stakeholders to create and share a national database of sheltered animal statistics, providing facts, and enabling insights that will save lives. 

FIVE FREEDOMS OF ANIMAL WELFARE
The welfare of an animal includes its physical and mental state and we consider that good animal welfare implies both fitness and a sense of well-being. Any animal kept by man must, at least, be protected from unnecessary suffering.

CAPACITY FOR CARE
How many pets can your shelter house while still providing them with appropriate care, veterinary attention, space, stress relief and attention? The answer to that question is your organization’s "capacity for humane care,” a number that will vary depending on the shelter’s resources. Maddie's Fund has numerous online resources to help you determine your capacity for care.

VIRTUAL CONSULTANT
The University of California Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program and the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine Shelter Medicine Program have partnered to create Virtual Consultant: a free web-based tool that enables animal shelters to assess their everyday practices.

GRANT OPPORTUNITIES


ANIMAL WELFARE FUNDERS
List of companion animal funders compiled by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

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Ohio Federated Humane Societies is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 21328, Columbus, OH 43221 

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