Episode 3. Default Empathy Saves Lives--with Anna Stout The PETestal: on the human-animal bond

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Meet Anna Stout, the Executive Director of the Roice-Hurst Humane Society in Grand Junction, Colorado. She and her team are trailblazers in folding innovative lifesaving animal welfare practices into larger public health initiatives--keeping families together, supporting the wellbeing of people and their pets, and creating a culture of compassion and resilience in the process. Stout, along with many other dedicated animal welfare professionals, are changing the narrative about who ought to have pets and why. A must-listen for anyone interested in finding out just how powerful the human-animal bond really is at solving social challenges.

Meet Anna Stout, the Executive Director of the Roice-Hurst Humane Society in Grand Junction, Colorado. She and her team are trailblazers in folding innovative lifesaving animal welfare practices into larger public health initiatives--keeping families together, supporting the wellbeing of people and their pets, and creating a culture of compassion and resilience in the process. Stout, along with many other dedicated animal welfare professionals, are changing the narrative about who ought to have pets and why. A must-listen for anyone interested in finding out just how powerful the human-animal bond really is at solving social challenges.