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2016 Academy

August 1-5, 2016

Monday Noon to Friday Noon

Mark Your Calendar and Get Your Budget Requests in Now!


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Scholarship Applications due no later than July 1. Click on the link above for information and Application Forms.


Registration Fees

Early Bird Rates Before July 22, 2016 (Same as 2014!)

$520 Full Registration: Includes Housing, Parking, Meals and Speaker Notes

   $375 Commuter: Includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch, Parking and Speaker Notes

$125 Single Day: Parking, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Speaker Notes (Only T, W, Th )

$225 Two-Day Equine Cruelty Program (T, W): Parking, Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Speaker Notes  (savings of $25)

After July 22

Full $570
Commuter $425
Single day $150
2-Day Equine  $275  



Monday Afternoon, August 1, 2016

The Backyard Chicken: New Kid on the Block
Suzanne Roark, 4-H Poultry Club Leader, Hillsborough Count


Equine Care, Handling and Cruelty Investigations:
A Two Day Course

Grant Miller, D.V.M.

Equine Forensic Veterinarian, Esparto, CA

Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016

The Horse: What Every ACO and Humane Officer Should Know (Basics)

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
For ACOs, Humane Investigators, Veterinarians and Law Enforcement (Approved for 6 hrs CE for NH Licensed Veterinarians)

Equine Cruelty Investigations: The Scientific and Forensic Approach (Advanced)


Animal Control Essentials Day

Thursday, August 4, 2016

What ACOs Should Know and Do
Mandie Wehr, D.V.M., Veterinarian,
Costal Humane Society, Brunswick, ME

Canine Behavior and Safe Handling
Lindsay Hamrick, NH State Director, Humane Society of the US


Friday. August 5, 2016

The Ick of the Tick: New England Ticks and the Diseases They Carry
Alan Eaton, UNH Extension Professor of Entomology


PDF Downloads

2016 Schedule

Brochure for Equine Care, Handling and Cruelty Investigations:
A Two Day Course

Topic Abstracts and Speaker Bios