When that family comes into the shelter and discovers that the pup they were interested in adopting is no longer there, what happens? Dr. Emily Weiss has a few suggestions.
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Pit bull-type dogs are already at risk of staying longer in shelters simply because of breed bias. Dr. Emily Weiss urges us not to throw strict policies between these dogs and potential adopters.
The ASPCA’s Shannon Gramann, Director of Research and Development Project Operations, shares exciting findings from a follow-up survey after a mega-adoption event at which over 500 animals found homes in less than 3 days. The short version? Conversation-based adoptions work.
With the holidays in full swing, there’s still time to try this festive idea that’s engaging for supporters and enriching for pets!
Here’s the list of this year’s hottest webinars. How many have you seen?
Dr. Emily Weiss is regifting this year! Today she’s sharing some powerful data, old and new, to help bust the myth that pets shouldn’t be given as gifts.
Check out Pumpkin in his red and green protective nail caps, which are not only fashion-forward, but are a great way to open up a dialogue with potential adopters about normal kitty behavior and alternatives to declawing.
Use this simple and cheap trick to keep track of each dog’s individual needs at mealtime!