Animal Services International Conference coming to San Diego

Jessica Gercke

The Helen Woodward Animal Center recently announced the ACES (Animal Center Education Services) International “The Business of Saving Lives” Conference, sponsored by Ark Sciences and IAMS.  Headed by world-renowned animal welfare expert, Mike Arms, this three-day conference will be held at the Bahia Hotel in San Diego from Sept. 27-29.  Keynote speaker, Jill Rappaport – NBC Today Show’s award-winning Animal Advocate and bestselling author – will headline an impressive list of speakers from across the country and around the world focused on changing the face of animal welfare in positive and profound ways.  For more information or to register, visit or call 858-756-4117 x 350.

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