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After folks have gotten their fill of cranberry sauce and discounted devices next weekend, it’ll be time for giving back on Giving Tuesday. There’s no better time to reach out to your community than on December 2—a global day dedicated to celebrating the spirit of generosity through charitable contributions and volunteerism. Here are 3 things you can do:
The lucky dogs over at Outer Banks SPCA will join the rest of America in holiday celebration next week when they slurp up these festive food bowls! Volunteers and kids had so much fun putting them together last Thanksgiving that they’re doing it again this year. Freezing the bowls allows advance preparation—and as a bonus, makes mealtime last longer for the animals.
We’re spreading the word about disease control by highlighting our recorded webinars on parvo, panleuk, ringworm, FIV and FeLV. Information in the webinars will help protect your shelter against these common—and in some cases, deadly—infections. And the recordings are available 24/7, for when you need them most.
So, you’ve decided to give third-party adoptions a try, but how can you best help the giver select the right animal for a loved one?
Facebook is a social network, so the idea is to be, well, social. That means designating staff or volunteers who can regularly check in on your comment threads to answer questions, keep fans updated and engage in conversation—just think of it as customer service 2.0.
"Any animal kept by man must be protected from unnecessary suffering." This poster details the five freedoms related to an animal’s mental and physical well-being, such as freedom from hunger and discomfort.
Well, make that cold paws, actually… When Wisconsin Humane Society received numerous calls last winter from pet owners whose dogs were reluctant to do their business outside, they shared the following advice from their behavior program manager, Natalie Zielinski, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, on Facebook, so the entire community could benefit: