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Animal Sheltering magazine September/October 2015: Table of Contents

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  • Magazine Article

    Protecting the protectors

    Safety protocols for rescues are critical—for both people and animals

    Spring 2019

    Responders tasked with saving animals from disasters and major cruelty cases make the animals their focus. But who’s protecting the protectors? Proper planning and training can improve the well-being of humans and animals alike.

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  • Magazine Article

    Her days in court

    Rescue dog comforts children at foster care hearings

    Spring 2019

    Rescue dog Lilly Mae comforts Oregon children during their court appearances.

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  • Magazine Article

    First, do no harm

    Download this Shareworthy to raise awareness of the correct ways to help baby wildlife

    Spring 2019

    Download this Shareworthy to raise awareness of the correct ways to help baby wildlife.

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  • Magazine Article

    Everyone’s a winner

    Innovation Showdown champions roll out lost pets program in Sacramento

    Web Exclusives

    At Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, California, staffers save close to 90 percent of the nearly 11,000 animals they see each year, a 70-percent increase from 2012. The vast improvement is credited to new staff positions, lifesaving new policies and out-of-the-box marketing and social media efforts. (The shelter recently spoofed TV show “The Bachelor” in an adoption promotion video featuring four adopters vying for one dog.)

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    We love volunteers

    Download this Shareworthy to encourage people to volunteer their time and talents to your lifesaving work

    Fall 2018

    Download this Shareworthy to encourage people to volunteer their time and talents to your lifesaving work.

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  • Magazine Article

    An affinity for animals

    Star and producer of A Dog’s Way Home talk pit bull-type dogs, plant-based diets and—surprise!—goats

    Web Exclusives

    Based on the novel by W. Bruce Cameron, A Dog’s Way Home hits theaters Jan. 11. At its center is a pit bull-type dog named Bella, whose bond with her owner compels her to travel 400 miles to reunite with him. In these edited interviews, actress Bryce Dallas Howard, who voices Bella, and seven-time Emmy-nominated producer Gavin Polone chat with senior editor Bethany Wynn Adams. (Spoiler alert: They love animals.)

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