31/01/2023

Pet Care

Care They Need, Love They Deserve

What’s New at Adopt-a-Pet in January 2023 – Adopt-a-Pet.com Blog


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New Badge for 2023 and Beyond

Wait… is that a new logo? Yes! As an approved shelter or rescue account, you get to use the new stylish and sleek Adopt a Pet badge first! Show the world that your organization is part of Adopt-a-Pet by displaying this badge on your website and linking it to any of your adoptable pets pages.

Get your badge here
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$420,000 in Grants – Get Ready Now!

Get ready for this year’s Open Arms Challenge! Open to U.S.-based government agencies and 501c3 nonprofits that focus on dogs and/or cats, this year’s challenge grants are being funded by twenty-two organizations, including Adopt a Pet. Registration will be open January 23 to January 30, 2023 only so don’t wait: Now is the time to carefully review the requirements and get ready to register during those 7 days.

Learn about the Challenge
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A message from our friends at Nationwide

Keeping New Year’s resolutions fresh (with some pet help!)

This month is when many people decide to try something new—a new diet, hitting the gym or setting aside more time with family. Unfortunately, many people don’t stick with their new lifestyle for very long. How can we follow through on new goals? Well, with the help of a four-legged life coach, of course! Checkout all the ways pets can help adopters develop healthy new habits.

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A message from our friends at Zoetis

Out with the Old, in with the Chew

When that giant ball toy dropped on New Year’s Eve, most of us made a personal resolution for growth. This year, encourage adopters to include their pets in their plans for progress by setting new milestones for their mental and physical health. Check out these ways to get started.

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A spotlight on our sister brand The Wildest

Time for a dog-friendly game night?

Karen B. London, Ph.D., Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and Certified Professional Dog Trainer shares seven enrichment games dogs can learn from while having fun too. Keeping dogs’ brains and bodies engaged indoors during winter weather helps them stay happier and healthier too. Share this link with your fosters, adopters, volunteers and staff!

Learn more
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And, of course… We thank the wonderful, pet-loving people at The Wildest and Elanco Animal Health for supporting all of us in our mission and making Adopt a Pet a free service!
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