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Pasco County’s assistant animal services director will represent the county on a national board.

Spencer Conover will contribute to animal welfare programs across the country.
Spencer Conover, assistant animal services director for Pasco County.
Spencer Conover, assistant animal services director for Pasco County. [ Pasco County ]
Published Oct. 30, 2020

LAND O’LAKES — Spencer Conover, Pasco County’s assistant director of Animal Services, has been appointed to the board of directors for the National Animal Care and Control Association.

Conover, who came to Pasco County Animal Services in 2018, had previously worked with Best Friends Animal Society and the Dumb Friends League in Denver. As a member of the board, he will help shape policy, create programs and provide support to animal control control agencies across the country.

“When you look at the NACA board, you’re looking at communities like Dallas and Charlotte, and now you see Pasco County in that group,” Conover said. “It’s a great opportunity for our organization to be recognized with the top animal welfare organizations in the country, and we’re excited to contribute to the innovation and synergy that benefits pets nationwide.”

Conover will serve a one-year unexpired term before becoming eligible for election to a three-year term in 2021.

He is also part of the industry engagement working group for Human Animal Support Services facilitated by American Pets Alive! and has helped Pasco County Animal Service achieve its more than 90 percent save rate at the shelter.


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