Scott Trebatoski has been selected as the Director for Hillsborough County Animal Services. Trebatoski brings more than 12 years of experience and training in the animal services field to Hillsborough County.
Currently, Trebatoski is the Division Chief for Animal Care and Protective Services with the City of Jacksonville. Under his leadership, the shelter has significantly increased the live outcome rate. In addition, the City of Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services was named Outstanding Agency of the year by the Florida Animal Control Association three times during his tenure, which includes 2013.
Trebatoski has served on the board of directors of the Florida Animal Control Association and was president twice. He is also the Animal Control Representative for the American Microchip Advisory Council for Animals and is a licensed Animal Control Officer.
Trebatoski will begin work at Hillsborough County Animal Services on Monday, March 10 at an annual salary of $120,000.
Source: Hillsborough County News