Regan Rocket
Wednesday September 18th, 2019

Want to be a No Kill Leader?

If you have the passion and drive to build a future in which homeless pets’ lives are protected in shelters, you need to find a job where your lifesaving ideas will receive support from your leadership.

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Parvo Dog
Friday September 13th, 2019

Nine Groups of Savable Pets Still At Risk in Most Animal Shelters

In an average animal shelter, you are likely to hear from staff and leadership that they are saving most, if not all of the, ‘healthy and treatable’ animals in their care. Sadly, in the majority of shelters, animals that are classified as ‘unhealthy ...

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Dog and phone
Wednesday September 11th, 2019

AmPA! How To: The Basics of Building Your Social Media Presence

Social media has become essential not only to your brand awareness, but to the continued functioning of your organization. It provides an extremely beneficial – and necessary – outlet to fundraise, recruit volunteers, and gain general supporters.

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MASONRY 88
Friday September 6th, 2019

What should your community’s animal shelter be sharing publicly?

As we move towards a more transparent model of sheltering, data sharing is essential; not only to preserving one’s reputation, but also ensuring that as many lives as possible are being saved.

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Cats2
Friday August 23rd, 2019

How We Keep Cats From Losing Their Marbles While They Wait for Their Home

On any given day, we have 250 to 1,000 cats in our custody, with up to 400 housed at Pima Animal Care Center and the rest in foster homes. Here are a few of the ways we keep cats and kittens happy and healthy while they live in our shelter.

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Alexander2
Monday August 19th, 2019

How We Keep Dogs From Losing Their Marbles While They Wait for Their Home

At Pima Animal Care Center, the average length of stay in the shelter for a dog is about 12 days. However, some of our big dogs could wait for several months before being adopted – so we’ve tailored our shelter program to keep the 350 to 450 dogs hou...

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Tt
Friday August 16th, 2019

How You Can Keep Pets Cool During High Temps

With temperatures from coast to coast hitting over 100 degrees this week, finding ways to keep pets safe in the heat is a top priority! Heat can be dangerous for dogs and cats and even result in heat stroke. Whether you work or volunteer in a shelter...

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Pimaanimalcare2
Saturday August 10th, 2019

7 Ways Animal Care Can Help With Housing Crises

Housing crises exist all over the United States: from the Bay Area of California to the gulf coast of Florida. The lack of housing for people, coupled with the ability for property owners and managers to limit pets, increases the likelihood of pets e...

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