Marketing the Treatables

Marketing the Treatables Learning Track

What is a treatable pet? How can we get more "treatable" animals adopted? Check out the following content brought to you by Maddie's InstituteSM and share it with your media guru, adoptions counselors, co-workers and co-volunteers - you name it. Many of the following presentations and have corresponding quizzes offering a printable Certificate of Attendance for completion!


Successfully Marketing Treatables

Bonney Brown

May 2012

Audience(s):Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers
Nevada Humane Society Director, Bonney Brown, tells you about using everything but the kitchen sink to creatively market harder-to-place pets at the 2012 HSUS Animal Care EXPO. (On second thought, maybe she mentions the kitchen sink, too.) You'll have your local news media eating out of your hands - we guarantee it! Learn More

Getting to the Treatables

Barbara Carr

May 2012

Audience(s):Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Public, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team
There is nothing like actually doing something to convince you that it can be done! That's what Erie County, New York, found out when they set out to save all their community's treatable pets, and saved 65 percent of them in a single year. Cats with chronic urinary tract infections, pets with diabetes - and yes, a paraplegic pit bull. They did it, and so can you. Learn More

What Is a Treatable Shelter Pet Editorial

Richard Avanzino

2005

Audience(s):Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Public, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team
The treatable designation need not require the shelters to provide the called-for treatment or rehabilitation. The idea is to put in writing what the shelters are aiming to achieve for the community's homeless pets. Learn More