Pet Remedy, manufacturer of natural de-stress and calming products, is supporting the animal rescue sector with a scheme to help ensure the success of adoptions and to provide the rescue with opportunities to raise much-needed revenue.
After a long consultation process with rescue industry representatives, the new partnership programme has been designed to offer benefits that are tailored to each organisation regardless of their size or set-up.
The Rescue Partnership includes:
> Free calming products to be used by the rescue to help support the animals in their care
> Free access to training and advice by leading training and behaviour professionals, as well as special events focused on celebrating and supporting those involved in the rescue sector
> Access to an exclusive video, branded with the rescue centre’s own logo for adopters to watch before adopting an animal. Pet Remedy hopes this visual medium, along with the traditional adoption packs, will help make a big difference in ensuring successful adoptions
> A bespoke commercial plan including discount off trade prices
> Enrolment in Pet Remedy’s charity donation scheme. This new area of the company’s website enables supporters to buy product to donate directly to the rescue centre. Pet Remedy will match every donation to give double the support.
Speaking ahead of the launch, Andrew Hale, animal behaviourist at Pet Remedy, said: “Working in, and supporting, animal rescue, is a real passion of mine.
“With over 10 years experience in the field, I know how difficult it can be to both raise revenue and to ensure adopters are fully aware of the care need of the animal they are adopting, s o, I am really proud of our new Rescue Partnership, which offers the opportunity to help in both these areas.
“I am particularly excited about the role that the new adoption video can play in informing adopters of the important considerations when welcoming their new companions into their family.
“Understanding and supporting the animals emotional need is so important if an adoption is to be successful, and the video puts a real focus on this.”
Pet Remedy is inviting rescue centres to get in touch by emailing [email protected]