Underdog FAQ
Hello, this survey is to help the founding members of Underdog Pet Rescue and Rehabilitation figure out where we need to be more clear in our description of the organization and to also help us create a FAQ page for our website. Listed below will be the mission statement and other descriptions of the organization. The point of this is to write down ANY question you can think of when reading these statements, the organization, and anything you can think of. We welcome any question, none will be too simple or far fetched. We want to make sure that we can answer any question thrown at us before being asked. Thank you for taking the time to fill this out, we really appreciate!
About us: Underdog Pet Rescue and Rehabilitation is a group of pet professionals striving to provide relief to other rescues and animal shelters in the area by providing dedicated, resource intensive care to both the animals and their people in the community that would otherwise get lost in the already crowded shelter system. Through behavioral rehabilitation and outcomes without deadlines, Underdog respects that sometimes animals and people alike take time and expertise to find the right home. Underdog will work to provide pet resources, pet boarding, training, and more to the pets of those experiencing housing instability, financial strain, domestic violence and more. Underdog celebrates the symbiotic relationship between humans and pets, and understands the fact that animals make people better, and vice versa.
Official Mission Statement: A.To provide relief to other rescues and animal shelters in the area by providing dedicated, resource intensive care to animals that would otherwise be euthanized often due to behavioral difficulties, time constraints, or other limited resources. B. To provide behavioral rehabilitation to pets that would otherwise be euthanized; in doing so, Underdog would help shelters reduce euthanasia rates and compassion fatigue. C. To provide pet resources, pet boarding, training, and more to the pets of those experiencing housing instability, financial strain, domestic violence and more that often result in surrender to animal shelters. This will help decrease pet homelessness, shelter strain, and reunite pets with their families. D. To form partnerships with other rescues and shelters in the area to provide a network of behavioral support
Goal: Rescue and create live outcomes whenever possible for animals, be it adoption or finding a lifelong sanctuary placement
Goal: Be a transfer partner for local rescues to send more difficult cases
Goal: Advocating for informed training in sheltering
Goal: Provide behavioral support to keep pets in their homes
Goal: Provide community support for low income families to keep their pets
Goal: Provide emergency animal resources for people experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, poverty, hospitalization, and more.
Goal: Form community bonds with other animal care industry professionals such as vets, trainers, groomers, etc.
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