Adopt-a-Pet.com Blog What’s New at Adopt-a-Pet.com in January 2022

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Discussion Panel: Register Now

Are restrictive adoption requirements standing in the way of pets getting into loving homes? Join a panel discussion led by our very own Abbie Moore, CEO of Adopt-a-Pet.com with animal welfare pros from across the country. Join the live event at 5pm CT Tuesday, January 18th. Can’t make it live? Register now and HASS will send you the recording. The event will be held online using Zoom. There is no cost to join. Register now!

Tell Abbie: “What question or opinion (positive or negative) do you have about open adoptions?” by submitting her one-question form here. It’s anonymous!

Register now

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CatMop Transport

Are You a Destination Shelter?

Do you accept transports at your organization? Are you willing to be interviewed to discuss your current transport program? Adopt-a-Pet.com’s Aaron Klein (in conjunction with our friends at HASS) would LOVE to talk to you about challenges you’re experiencing and/or solutions you have implemented. If you’re willing to share your wisdom and challenges, please let Aaron and Clare know by filling out this form.
Fill out interview form

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Get your 2022 Approved Badge

Show the world that you are an Adopt-a-Pet.com Approved Shelter or Rescue! Display the badge design of your choice on your website. Each year the badge year updates automatically if you use the code from the Approved Badges page (shelters, rescues, dogs, cats, rabbits, and more) or the Dog Breed Badges.
Get your 2022 badge

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TheWildestVetAdvice

A spotlight on our sister brand The Wildest

Vet Advice in 24 Hours or Less

If you’re caring for pets (your own or otherwise), you’ll want to check out this tool from our sister brand, The Wildest. It’s called Ask a Vet, and it lets you send all your pet questions straight to vet professionals. And they’ll get back to you with answers within 24 hours. So you can spend less time worrying, “Does this poop look weird?” and more time giving belly rubs. Even better? It’s free to use when you sign up for The Wildest.
Sign up now

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A message from our friends at Whistle

New Year, New Ways to Care

Like most people, you probably have a New Years resolution that involves your health. But pets need health goals too! Here’s how Whistle can help the pets in your care take on 2022: By revealing the full picture of their health – and allowing your adopters to reach their full potential as pet parents, with up to 20% off any smart device.
Learn more

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Elanco Jan Shelter Newsletter 2022

A message from our friends at Elanco

Five Ways Dog Owners Can Prepare for Cold Weather

Whether winter in your neighborhood means snow and subzero windchill or slightly milder temperatures and rain, when the winter months arrive, there are a number of steps to take to keep dogs healthy and warm. Of course, some dog breeds handle winter weather better than others, but as the temperature drops, so does a pup’s tolerance for the cold. Here’s what adopters need to know to keep their dogs warm, snug and safe.
Read more

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A message from our friends at Pethealth Inc.

Diane & Bob Hoover Innovation Award Winner

Pethealth Inc. is honored to recognize Arizona Humane Society (AHS) as this year’s recipient of the Diane & Bob Hoover Annual Innovation Award. They’ll receive $15,000 for their innovative used car donation program. Due to COVID-19, the team at AHS was faced with several complex challenges both in and outside their shelter. As a result, they adjusted their pre-existing vehicle donation program to target donors in the community wishing to sell a vehicle — significantly increasing the program’s annual revenue.
Learn more about the winners

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When Intense Activity Can Be Dangerous for Dogs

Did you know some dogs lose control of their muscles during strenuous activity? This is often due to a genetic condition called Exercise-Induced Collapse, or EIC. Learn about what causes this condition, find out if any pups in your care have it, and discover the best ways to care for them if they do.
Learn more

 

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Thank you

And, of course… We thank the wonderful, pet-loving people at The Wildest, Chewy, and Elanco Animal Health for supporting all of us in our mission and making Adopt-a-Pet.com a free service!
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