Why advertise with Animal Sheltering?
Animal Sheltering magazine and animalsheltering.org are the best informational resources for the people working in humane societies, animal care and control associations, SPCAs and rescue groups. We’re fun, lively and devoted to reporting on the hard work and passion for change that help drive the field forward and save millions of animals’ lives. Our magazine is pored over in lunchrooms, paged through in veterinary clinics and passed along to staff at shelters across the country and around the world. Reader surveys indicate that each copy of the magazine is read by an average of 2.9 people, for an estimated total readership of more than 18,000. Many readers keep their issues of the magazine for years, using them as an ongoing reference tool.
In addition to hosting Animal Sheltering magazine articles, animalsheltering.org offers web-exclusive content, professional development opportunities, a user-generated jobs board and so much more. Users visit multiple times throughout the month to shop our store, comment on the latest blog post, read new magazine content, update their calendars with the latest trainings or post a new job opportunity at their organization. You will find no other resource whose diversity of topics and consumers can compare to Animal Sheltering when it comes to reaching your target market.
If you make animal care equipment or vehicles, or provide a service for shelters and rescues, you need to be here.
The people who read our magazine represent the buying power of thousands of animal welfare organizations—groups that may be looking for their next adoption van, top-of-the-line caging for their cattery, disinfectants for cleaning, training and equipment for their staff, or a new washer-dryer to make sure that the towels their animals snuggle on stay clean.
If you design sheltering or kennel facilities, you need to be here.
People in the field look to Animal Sheltering for trends in architecture and shelter design. Over the past decade, we’ve covered LEED standards in shelters, fundraising processes for new buildings, and the latest and greatest in housing for pets. And we regularly highlight recent projects at shelters around the country.
If you sell pet products, you need to be here.
While our coverage is aimed at those on the front lines of animal welfare, virtually every one of those executive directors, shelter managers, field officers, development staff, and volunteers is also a pet owner. They care for neglected and abandoned animals by day, but at night they go home to their own cats and dogs and hamsters and birds—and they love to spoil them.
If you care about homeless animals, you need to be here.
We’re covering the work that shelters, rescues, and animal services agencies across the country and around the world are doing. If you want to reach the people making a difference, this is the place to do it.