Virtual Events Collection


Dogly Training Advocate Events

Hosted by Dogly Advocates specializing in working with rescued dogs and practicing force-free training.  

Fundraising Educational Discussion

October 7th @ 8pm (EST)

Details:  Lead by Dogly Training Advocate Melissa Dallier of A Canine Affinity – this open Q&A takes a deep dive into separation anxiety, what steps you can take now and what to do over the next month.  

As an animal welfare organization, you will receive 20% of all proceeds from attendees that register using your rescue/shelter code.

Free Educational Discussion

October 19th @ 7pm (MTN)

Details:  Lead by  Dogly Training Advocate Ruby Leslie of Welfare for Animals – this 1 hour discussion on preparing your pets for scary new things like creepy sounds, spooky looking and interactive decorations plus trick-or-treater interactions.  Will include proactive ways to get ahead of potentially stressful moments and wrap up with a Q&A.

Fundraising Educational Discussion

October 12th @ 7pm (EST)

Details: Led by Dogly Wellness Advocate Alicia Boemi, certified Canine Nutritionist & Massage Therapist – this open Q&A, 3 Part Discussion & Support Group Series focusing on specific diseases starting with canine diabetes. Learn how to keep canine diabetes from happening to your dog and what to do if your dog currently has diabetes.

As an animal welfare organization, you will receive 20% of all proceeds from attendees that register using your rescue/shelter code.


Facebook Fundraisers

Wishlist

Sploot Strategy Tip: Set up an Amazon Wishlists for Cats, Dogs, Facility, Fosters, etc and rotate every month!


Pre-Written Content

RESCUE currently has # kittens/cats in our care! We are avid community supporters and partner with several organizations to Trap-Neuter-Release and limit the overpopulation of stray/feral kittens from growing up homeless.

We rarely say “No” and we are now asking you to say “Yes” in helping us support all of these feline friends by donating or purchasing supplies necessary for us to continue.

It costs us approximately $200 PER KITTEN we take in to update them on preventative care and feed/house them (anywhere from 2-12 weeks depending on the age).

Pet Wellness

Sploot Strategy Tip: Get specific with details to bring awareness to your expenses and offer quick, access links for additional support opportunities!


Pre-Written Content

This month is PET WELLNESS AWARENESS MONTH, so we are asking for support to help offset the expenses of ensuring our pets are current on Preventative Care.  YOURORG takes in approximately # of cats/dogs per year. On average, it costs us approximately $$$ Per Kitten/Dog to update them on vaccinations including:

  • Distemper, Rabies, Bordetella, etc

 

Adoption Fees help offset the cost of care but vaccinations alone create $$$ (# of animals per year x cost of vaccinations per animal) in yearly expenses! This is just one part of the care our animals receive and doesn’t include feeding, microchipping, sheltering and unexpected medical condition/veterinary costs. We appreciate your help in vaccinating our new intakes!


Pre-Posted Events

Adoptables Showcase

Use a headshot photo and 10-30 second video of pets to showcase pets needing more exposure!

Play Video

Sploot Strategy Tip: Add Adoptions Showcase to Facebook Events and then use the Canva Content Calendar to “Set It & Forget It”.

Facility Tour

Give followers an “inside view” of what your facility looks like to reduce stress associated with assuming shelters are rundown and depressing.

Play Video

Sploot Strategy Tip: Add Facility Tours to Facebook Events and then use the Canva Content Calendar to “Set It & Forget It”.