The Dallas Companion Animal Project today announced the launch of the DCAP Lost Pet Network, an online website providing a wealth of information to help lost pet owners and pet finders.
According to Home Again, 1 in 3 pets will become lost sometime during their lifetime, and without ID 90% of those pets will never be reunited with their owners. All pets are individuals. Research has shown that to be successful in finding your lost pet, or reuniting a found pet, it is critical to employ techniques that are both species-specific, and behavior-specific, and you need to take into consideration why he left, his temperament (or personality), the circumstances surrounding his loss, and the human factor.
According to the Humane Society of the United States, many more lost pets could be reunited with owners given the right tools and support. The DCAP Lost Pet Network provides you with the resources, tools, and support you need, online and available 24/7.
To access the Lost Pet Network, visit www.DallasAnimals.org and look for Lost Pet Network.
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The Dallas Companion Animal Project today launched a revolutionary, interactive, online map designed to make it faster and easier for Dallas area pet owners to adopt a new pet, or provide quality veterinary care for existing pets.
The DCAP Resource Map, accessible 24/7 from the DCAP website, features locations, information and directions for all DCAP Partnering animal shelters and adoption venues, as well as low-cost spay/neuter and veterinary clinics.
To access the map, visit www.DallasAnimals.org and look for DCAP Resource Map.
Join the the international day of giving known as Giving Tuesday and support DCAP’s programs for pets and the people who love them! You can be part of the celebration by giving back to the community with a donation or by volunteering your time on Giving Tuesday December 2nd, 2014.
Donate! It’s easy using our special #GivingTuesday link. A portion of all donations made on Giving Tuesday will benefit Dallas Animal Services.
Volunteer! You can apply online here.
Click HERE to download the PETS + PEOPLE graphic and take an UNSelfie with your pet. Then post your UNSelfie on social media and tell your friends how you helped support pets and the people who love them through DCAP’s Community Outreach programs.
The Dallas Companion Animal Project premiered a brand new video this past weekend at the Real Men Care & Real Women Count event. Produced and directed by DCAP volunteer Donna Bellamy, and narrated by well-known local meteorologist and animal welfare advocate Rebecca Miller, the video give unique insight into the work DCAP and their partners are doing in the community.
In response to the outpouring of support from around the world for Bentley, Ebola patient Nina Pham’s dog, the City of Dallas has partnered with Dallas Companion Animal Project to establish a fund. The donations will help Bentley and other pets in similar emergency situations in the future.
The Dallas Pet Emergency Transition Services (PETS) fund will help defray costs associated with pets displaced or affected by emergency events, such as natural disasters or possible future Ebola cases.
To donate to the fund, visit www.DallasAnimals.org and click on “Donate.” Choose the Dallas PETS fund.
Dallas Companion Animal Project is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to strengthening the connection between people and animals.
More than thirty North Texas animal shelters participating in Empty The Shelter Day this past Saturday, August 16th. The final numbers are in and 2,256 dogs and cats found new homes that day as part of the promotion.
Thirty nine DCAP volunteers played a critical role, helping find homes for 149 pets at Dallas Animal Services & Adoption Center.
The event was sponsored by NBD5 and the ASPCA. For more information, visit the media links below to see their coverage of the event.
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The DCAP Dallas Pets For Life program (PFL) goes directly into low income Dallas neighborhoods with pets in need, offering education and resources to help people better care for their pets.
Our last vaccination outreach clinic was so successful that we couldn’t vaccinate every pet that showed up! So on August 24, we will hold a special event and invite those pet owners we weren’t able to assist to come out and get their pets vaccinated for free.
Here’s how you can help: DCAP needs to pay for 200 pet vaccinations at $21.00 per pet. That comes to $4,200.00. Think of it as volunteering; you volunteer to pay for one vaccination or even part of one – just $5.00 – and you’ve contributed to the well being of your community. You’ve helped a disadvantaged pet owner keep their pet healthy and happy.
You are a hero to a pet and their owner. You are a hero to us!
Donate now via YouCaring.com!
We’re bringing the nation’s foremost expert on recovering lost pets to town to teach local rescue group volunteers, shelter staff, and lost pet advocates what they need to know to help more people find their pets. Sponsored by Aidmatrix Foundation, Merck Animal Health, Dallas Animal Services, and DCAP, with support from Philip Walker Coldwell Banker and Feral Friends Community Cat Alliance.
Register online at lostpets.eventbrite.com.
Regardless of socioeconomic status and variations in culture, people DO love their pets! And HSUS has the data from Pets For Life to back it up. Find out more here.
Welcome to our new home on the Web. We hope you will take the time to look around a bit, and hopefully take advantage of the information provided here. It is still a work in progress, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for, or find yourself at a dead end, just email us at info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)dallasanimals.org and we’ll be happy to help.
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