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    What’s New at Adopt-a-Pet in March 2023

    Questions? First, try our Help Library. Then, if you still need help, email helpdesk@adoptapet.com. We’ll reply within 1 business day. Thank you!

    1-Minute Survey: Adoption Handouts?

    We are designing fun educational handouts you can give to your adopters, to make your digital or printed adoption packet creation easier. Take our 1-minute survey (really, it’s that fast!) before March 31, 2023 to tell us which topics you’d like included.

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    Canada’s Only Animal Welfare Conference

    Humane Canada invites you to attend the Summit for Animals in Victoria, British Columbia, this spring. This annual conference brings together animal welfare professionals, advocates and volunteers to learn cutting-edge information from thought leaders in the sector while building long-lasting professional connections that will help advance your advocacy efforts to benefit animals and their welfare. There will be 50+ speakers, 30+ sessions, workshops and panels, a dozen exhibitors, and lots of fun!

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    A message from our friends at Zoetis

    Don’t Leave Pet Safety to Luck

    This month, pinch yourself and reflect on all the happiness pets bring. Then, take the time to ensure adopter homes are pet-safe for their furry lucky charms. Help adopters keep their pets safe with Zoetis’ free poison prevention guide.

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    Adopt a Pet has a New Look

    We gave you a sneak peek in January with the badge design, and now the new look for Adopt a Pet has launched on many public-facing pages of our website! None of the functionality changed, but our user/adopter testing showed an increase in confidence in inquiring about pets for adoption. We know that many of you are struggling with a drop in adoptions. We hope this part of our ongoing upgrades will have noticeable positive impact on that for you. See what your pet pages look like from your Links to My Pet Listings.

    Links to Your Pet Listings

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    And, of course… We thank the wonderful, pet-loving sponsors for supporting all of us in our mission and making Adopt a Pet a free service!

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