The Human Walking Program

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The Human Walking Program

Every animal shelter understands the difficulties in finding enough help to walk, care for and socialize the animals in their care.

With many dogs being caged for up to 23 hours a day – it can often bring on emotional issues that may make it more difficult to get adopted. The more socialized a dog can be – the better chances they have of finding and being successful in their forever home. And the more visibility a dog can get – the better chance of their forever family finding them! This is a great pet adoption marketing idea that is good for people and even better for the dogs looking for homes!

The Lost Dogs Home created a “Human Walking Program” that will uses their¬†adoptable dogs to help you get out of your hum drum life in the corporate world. They reach out to local office workers on specific days and invite them to be walked by one of their pooches that are currently up for adoption. This is a total WIN WIN! Imagine spending your lunch hour having dogs brought to you to spend time with – to love on and to give a much needed break from the confines of a cage.

But what does it do for you? It makes you smile, gets you outside to get some fresh air (yes we know most of you eat at your desk while you you are working) – and you get to meet a new pet and possibly your soul mate!

Here are a few of their printed campaign flyers as well as a video!

Human Walking Program
Human Walking Program
Human Walking Program

Jill Caren CharityPaws

Jill Caren

Jill is an avid animal lover who spends her time helping animal rescues by photographing homeless pets and through her work on CharityPaws.

She is currently owned by Cleo, an American Pit Bull Terrier and Snoopy Cat. Her inspiration comes from her girls Ginger and Riley (RIP) – pit mix sisters who were loved family members for almost 15 years.

You can find her on LinkedIn and Instagram.

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