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Contact: Aimee Sadler
AIMEE SADLER ASSISTS SHELTERS NATION WIDE
After creating and implementing successful life-saving behavior programs at Longmont Humane society and Southampton Animal Shelter, Aimee Sadler prepares to support other shelters in need.
LONGMONT, CO & SOUTHAMPTON, NY – May 29, 2012 – Aimee Sadler has formally
announced that she is now available to shelters across the country to assist
with the implementation of measured enrichment,
training and behavior programs that will
support substantially reducing the euthanasia of companion animals in shelters nationwide.
Aimee has been
employed by a private party to work with shelter animals since 1999. In this
time she has developed comprehensive training & behavior programs that
feature play groups as the foundation for happier and healthier sheltered dogs
at the Southampton Animal Shelter and at the Longmont Humane Society. Since the
implementation of these programs, euthanasia has decreased dramatically. Both
open admission shelters maintain a Canine Live Release Rate exceeding 95% and
have become national leaders in shelter canine behavior and adoption follow-up
programs under Aimee’s professional guidance since 2005.
As a result of
these successful models, Aimee’s work is consistently presented at Animal
Welfare and Professional Dog Training Conferences, such as HSUS Animal Expo, No
More Homeless Pets Conference, International Association of Canine
Professionals Conference, Masters in Behavior Conference and the No Kill
Conference and she is one of the honored recipients of the Henry Bergh
Leadership Award for 2012. Her efforts have been recognized by leaders in the
field such as Dr. Pamela Reid, PhD, CAAB, Vice President of the ASPCA Behavior
Center, “Aimee Sadler’s behavior program at the Longmont Humane Society is one
of the most progressive programs I’ve seen in shelters…Aimee takes behavioral
knowledge and creates new applications”.
shelters have reached out to Aimee for training and behavior assistance
resulting in her team traveling the country to teach shelters how to implement
daily canine play groups. There has been increased demand for her behavioral expertise
and unique ability to assess current policies and operational protocols that
can be modified to increase life-saving as well enhance the quality of life for
While Aimee has been deployed to LHS and SASF in recent years, her donor has recognized the expanded value of her efforts and wants to extend Aimee’s expertise to shelters nationwide as she continues her industry leading work at the Southampton Animal Shelter in New York.