Media Specialist

"As with yesterday's webcast, my mind was blown several times." So writes one of the inspired viewers.

Kristen Hassen-Auerbach has a way of doing that.

If you, too, would like a similar jolt of innovation and motivation, watch Part 2 of her 2-part series:

Missed Part 1? Sign up and watch it here:

And here again are links to helpful resources from Pima Animal Care Center and Maddie's Fund:

  • October 31, 2019 at 08:59 AM

    Are the slides available for these 2 sessions? In part II, I don't believe all the presentation slides were covered and it was mentioned in Chat that the slides would be made available. Thanks so much, fantastic sessions!!

  • October 29, 2019 at 03:14 PM

    Loved the webcasts! Not sure if I missed this but I had some questions on the long-stay tasks. What is a saturday 30 day party, "Champion" and PPNY/FoP?

    Thank you!

    • November 21, 2019 at 07:35 AM

      Hi and thank you so much for your patience! Sarah Aguilar sent us this response:

      A 30 day party is a public playgroup for dogs at PACC over 30 days, but it’s customizable! You could host an event highlighting all of your 30 day + pets, include party favors, music and turn it into a celebration! We do live videos from playgroup, and waive adoption fees for pets adopted straight from the play yard.

      Champions are staff or volunteers that agree to be an advocate for a pet. This can include creating marketing material, updating photos, training basic commands, being a point of contact for potential adopters, creating a public profile, and helping to identify outcome opportunities.

      PPNY/FoP are acronyms for PACC Pets Need You, which is a volunteer facebook page for urgent pets, and Friends of PACC, which is the nonprofit partner of Pima Animal Care Center. The more networking and exposure a pet can get, the better chance that the right person will find them!

      Sarah Aguilar

      Deputy Director

      Pima Animal Care Center

    • October 30, 2019 at 10:12 AM

      @KristenAuerbach @SAguilar Can you answer this question from the Lifesaving Protocol for At-Risk Dogs Part 2 webcast? Thanks!