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Community outreach

Discover how focused, purposeful and effective community outreach can be part of your organization's strategy and how building positive relationships with pet owners can improve the quality of life for pets and people in your community.

  • "I know what's best for your dog"

    With a love for animals and with my criminal justice degree in hand, I began my career in animal welfare as a humane law enforcement officer. In my mind, it couldn’t get any better than this. I had such a drive, a pure desire to rescue animals. I would be the voice for the animals who couldn’t speak for themselves. I was empowered. I would find them, rescue them and get them into what I was sure were better, more loving homes.
     

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  • Magazine Article

    Calming effect

    Volunteers help shelter pets ignore the boom-crackles

    200 volunteers help keep shelter pets calm during a fireworks display.

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  • Magazine Article

    Senior promise

    Retirees help showcase the vitality of senior shelter pets

    Senior people help promote senior pets in North Carolina.

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  • Magazine Article

    Threading the small needle

    While advanced diagnostics such as MRIs have enhanced veterinarians’ ability to provide care and treatment to animals, more pet owners are finding that even basic care services are financially out of reach.

    A veterinarian considers how his profession can make care financially accessible—while maintaining standards and remaining solvent

    Medical advances are enabling veterinarians to help animals in ways that were unimaginable years ago. The downside is that today’s state-of-theart medicine is unaffordable for many pet owners—a stressful situation for all concerned. Dr. Gary Block explores how veterinarians can keep their services affordable for all budgets.

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