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While we work hard to drive people to adopt, the majority of pets still come from other sources. Here you'll find the tools you need to attract more pet adopters, find new audiences for pet adoptions and create successful adoption experiences.

  • Adopters Welcome manual

    Adopters Welcome highlights an approach to adoptions that embraces community members, encourages them to adopt, and helps them and their pets succeed. The approach also acknowledges the connection among all local adoption agencies and the impact adoptions, or lack of adoptions, can have on all of the animals in a community.

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Most recent Tools and Resources > Adoptions

  • Magazine Article

    Classic programming, then and now

    'Pets on Parade' has delighted and informed generations of Arizonians.

    Arizona’s longest-running local TV show turns 60

    If Pets on Parade were a person, it might be thinking about retirement. But luckily for the homeless pets served by the Arizona Humane Society, the state’s longest- running local television show isn’t even slowing down.

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  • Magazine Article

    Hospitality with a wag

    Front desk agent Janey Ladd adopted Marshall, Element Hotel’s first foster dog.

    At an Iowa hotel, you can check out anytime you like, but you may leave with a new best friend

    Element Hotel in West Des Moines, Iowa, prides itself on its relaxing vibe, open-flow guest rooms, sustainability initiatives and, perhaps most of all, its ability to find homes for shelter pups in record time.

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  • Magazine Article

    Birdies, eagles, cats and dogs

    After adopting her dog Fitz, golfer Cindy LaCrosse decided to help other shelter and rescue animals.

    Golfer and animal lover Cindy LaCrosse gives shelters her best shot

    A pro golfer scores a hole in one for shelters.

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