Archive for Best Practices – Increased Live Outcome

7 Valentine’s Day Pet Adoption Posters

Adopt a Texas pet photo

10 February 2014 Increasing Pet Adoptions Through Creative Marketing! I believe there is a loving home for the majority of shelter pets; they just need exposure to be found by someone who will adopt them. Pets are love. And love is celebrated during the Valentine’s Day week. So what better time to tell the world
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Creative Pet Adoption Strategy – Must See!

Animal Farm Foundation Creative Pet Adoption

31 October 2013 Very Cute & Creative Pet Adoption … Help Coltrane Find His Loving Adoptive Family! Coltrane is available for adoption and Animal Farm Foundation is brilliantly using creativity to help generate awareness for this adorable fella! Three reasons why this adoption promotion is so great: 1. Timely and Seasonal! Fall is in the
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Increasing Pet Adoptions & Live Release Rates

Puppy advocates for homeless animals

23 October 2013 In animal rescue, you’ll find some of the biggest hearts and most compassionate people you could ever hope to meet. But sadly, there is also way too much drama and unfounded attacks that continually rip through the community. I especially see it whenever the no kill discussion comes up. Since launching Pawsitively
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Waggin’ Tails – Texas Pet Adoption & Rescue Updates! 09/29/2013

A dog named Frankie was adopted from the Joshua, Texas animal shelter on the last day of his life!

29 September 2013 Celebrating Texas Pet Adoptions & Animal Rescues! One of my goals for Pawsitively Texas has always been to share the good news of pet adoptions and rescues. I hope you like this new feature to the PawsTexas blog and will not only share with others, but will also share your good news
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Mission Pets Alive – The Programs That ARE Working To Save Shelter Pets!

Pets Alive Photo

8 February 2013 MISSION: PETS ALIVE! If you are interested in learning more about programs that increase the live release rate of shelter pets, you will not want to miss this amazing workshop on March 23, 2013! Inspirational people. Innovative programs. Increased live release rates. We have what is needed to continue to save the
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How Seagoville Animal Shelter Became No Kill

Sgt Karl Bailey Seagoville Animal Shelter

September 17, 2012 Police Veteran Makes Open-Admission Animal Shelter No Kill & Ends Gas Chamber When police veteran Sgt. Karl Bailey was appointed over the animal shelter in Seagoville, Texas, he used his position to make two bold changes. 1. He said he would not kill animals. 2. He dismantled the gas chamber and used
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Animal Rescue Foster Recruitment Tip

boxer-animal-rescue-volunteer-recruitment

26 June 2012  Do you need more foster homes for your animal rescue group or animal shelter? Check out the creative way Lone Star Boxer Rescue is raising awareness for their Foster need. They created eye-catching flyers they have posted in a local vet’s office, and share a link on their Facebook page where friends and volunteers
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No Kill – Achieving Success Despite The Obstacles!

no kill obstacle animal rescue photo

May 4, 2012 No Kill: It’s not easy, but the rewards are incomparable! Building a no kill community … is not easy. Maintaining a no kill community … is not easy. But, no kill communities do not do it because it is easy. They do it because it is the right thing to do. As
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Building a No Kill Community – No Experience Needed

no kill workshop speakers cheryl schneider, michael kitkoski, sgt karl bailey, patty alexander, and dr ellen jefferson

May 3, 2012 Increase the live save rate of animals in your Community – no experience needed Texas has several no kill communities; interesting to note about four is that the leadership that transformed these communities to no kill do not have a career shelter professional resume. In fact, they have no expertise in managing
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Save More Shelter Pets Today – Best Practice

lost pet redemption photo on pawsitively texas

April 12, 2012 Increasing Animal Shelter Live Outcome / Save Rates! In Texas, state law requires municipal animal shelters to hold strays for at least 72 hours – after that, they can be killed immediately. Sometimes beloved family pets are killed before their owners find them making this procedure even more heartbreakingly devastating! However, there
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