Archive for Animal Shelter Management – Page 2

Public Relations for Animal Shelters and Rescues

Public Relations Tips For Animal Rescue and Shelters (photo)

Public Relations Tips for Animal Shelter and Rescues Get Your Paws On More Media: the community is full of animal lovers that will support pets in need, if they know the need. Getting the local news stations to cover stories about your pets gives them the exposure needed to not only find new homes, but
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How to Start an Animal Shelter Volunteer Program

How to Start an Animal Shelter Voluntter Program (photo)

Increasing Shelter Live Release Rates Through a Community Volunteer Partnership Animal shelter volunteers can provide valuable resources, manpower, and efficiencies in shelter operations. Learn how a successful shelter volunteer program can increase pet adoptions/live release rates and excellence in community relations in this 30 minute video featuring Sgt. Karl Bailey, Director of the no kill Seagoville
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How to Photograph Shelter Pets

Kitten photo by Photographer Jenny Froh

Pet Photo Tips from Professional Pet Photographers Great pet photos increase awareness and adoptions! With the explosion of social media, animal rescuers are saving more lives than ever before – and quality pet photos increase a pet’s chance for adoption! Like any successful business, “product marketing” relies on presentation. And beautiful photos showcasing a pet’s
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Austin Pets Alive! The Journey to No Kill Video

How Austin, Texas became a no kill animal shelter city (photo)

No Kill Austin, Texas: The People and Programs Austin, Texas is currently the largest city in the United States that is achieving no kill status – which is defined as a save rate of 90% or more of the animals that enter the open-admission, tax-payer funded shelter. This 11 minute video takes you on a tour
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Creating a No Kill Animal Shelter & Community!

How to Create a No Kill Animal Shelter photo

25 April 2014 Increasing Shelter Pet Adoptions Each year, 3-4 million still die in animal shelters. Yet, 17 million people will add a new pet to their family. People often feel defeated that it’s an “overpopulation” issue and sad that the beautiful, adoptable shelter pets must die. Far too long, we’ve accepted the myth that there
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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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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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