Archive for No Kill

The Homeless Pet Project – sneak peek!

Homeless Pet Project logo

25 October 2013 The Homeless Pet Project – Coming Soon! I’m excited to announce The Homeless Pet Project is coming very soon! I’ve been working on this website since March and it has wonderful resources to help communities increase pet adoptions, promote spay/neuter and much, much more! The resources include videos from the 2013 Pets
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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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Spay And Neuter Your Pet: Your City. Your Pet

spay neuter pets to build a no kill community

18 September 2013 A TIMELESS MESSAGE for every single community! Do you believe we have a responsibility to care for animals? To leave the world a better place than we found it? I do. Changing the world starts with a first step – and is often much easier than we think. Little things matter. Like
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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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The No Kill Animal Sheltering Momentum Continues

2 February 2013 VA COMMUNITY SEEKS TO GO NO KILL: “The Martinsville-Henry County SPCA is launching a campaign to make Henry County a “No Kill” community by 2015.” Read More: http://www.martinsvillebulletin.com/article.cfm?ID=36418 East Ridge Animal Services (TN) Adopts “No Kill Equation” Policy “Beginning with the new year, East Ridge Animal Services is adopting the “No Kill Equation”
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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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Five Lessons Learned from the Fort Worth Animal Shelter Scramble

networking to save fort worth animal shelter pets

July 12, 2012 Late in the day yesterday, the Fort Worth Animal Shelter announced a kill list of about 80 pets that had until 8:00pm. I saw the posts after 4:00pm – a time Facebook activity drops off as people finish the workday and prepare for dinner. Like many others, Pawsitively Texas got behind the
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I Can’t Imagine the Pain …

RIP_Lennox_Belfast

July 11, 2012 Animal lovers and advocates around the world mourn today the passing of Lennox. I can’t imagine the pain the family is experiencing. Two years ago, a family dog was seized by the Belfast, Ireland city officials because they had deemed him a “dangerous dog  breed.” The council called him a pit bull
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Texas Animal Shelters and Rescues Take the Just One Day Pledge

Pawsitively Texas Must Read

June 11, 2012 What is the Just One Day Pledge? “What is a day? There are many ways to answer that question. A day is 24 hours. A day is how we measure how much time we spend at work. A day can be something we look forward to, a celebration of some kind. But
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Pilot Point Animal Shelter Achieves 96% Save Rate

pilot point animals shelter dogs saved by no kill actions photo

1 June 2012 I met Stephen Plyler at the DFW No Kill Workshop in March. A volunteer, he had been hard at work to transform his city’s animal shelter to no kill. At the workshop, Stephen took a lot of notes and asked questions during our Q&A session; he has continued his hard work and the
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