July 1, 2012
In some areas of the country, animal shelters take in more stray hunting hounds than pit bulls. Often undernourished and unsocialized, hunting dogs pose unique challenges for shelters. Here are some tips for meeting their needs and getting them into happy homes.
June 7, 2012
Check out one shelter's promotional ad to move cats during Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month in June.
May 16, 2012
In 2003, leaders from the animal sheltering community came together to discuss the latest trends in shelter adoption policy.
May 14, 2012
Whether you need to learn the social media basics, or are looking for new ways to jazz up your group's online presence, this engaging presentation from Animal Care Expo 2011 by HSUS's own Carie Lewis can help!
May 8, 2012
The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, a public-private partnership between the City of New York and over 140 shelter and rescue groups, created a transfer program to help Animal Care & Control (AC&C) get their animals face-to-face with as many potential adopters as possible.
May 7, 2012
Give your adopters the straight facts on FIV -- download this FIV fact sheet from Best Friends Animal Society to hand out to them.
May 1, 2012
This installment of Mouthpieces celebrates adopters as superheroes and assures new pet parents that you will be there to support them as they and their pet adjust to life together.
April 26, 2012
Check out our listing of computer hardware and software just for shelters on Marketplace, the online store of Animal Sheltering!
April 25, 2012
TechSoup.org is a nonprofit with a clear focus: providing other nonprofits and libraries with technology that empowers them to fulfill their missions and serve their communities. As part of that goal, TechSoup provides technology products and information geared specifically to the unique challenges faced by nonprofits and libraries.
March 1, 2012
Despite being located in one of the nation’s poorer regions, animal welfare organizations in Erie County, N. Y., have managed for the last several years to avoid euthanizing any healthy, adoptable felines. How are they doing it?