Pet Supply and Demand

Determine a way to quantify supply and demand in America to create efficiencies in flow of animals from city to city. Develop a way to overcome obstacles that exist to movement of pets.

Members

Kara Pollard, Abbie Moore, and Clare Callison

Aaron Klein
Abbie Moore
Adam Lamb
Angela Prodrick
Chris Roy
Clare Callison
Colleen Harrington
Dee Dee DiCesare
EC Michaels
Edward Boks
Elizabeth Starr
Ellen Jefferson
Erica Beard
Faleasea Fee Rucker
Holly Guild
Jaime Ritenburgh
Jamie Hunter
Jeanine Foucher
Jessica Grimes
Jessica Nelson
Justin Hadel
Kara Pollard
Karen Walsh
Kay Stout
Kristin Seaman
Kyla Young
Meaghan Colville
Michael Buffa
Michael Suttles
Rachael Wondra
Robin Vincent
Rory Adams
Shonyae Johnson
Stephanie Frommer
Stephanie Jones
Tammi Armstrong
Tessa Yu
Tracy Thompson

Updates

The Pet Supply & Demand group has divided into two working subgroups. The first group is focused on how to solve for supply & demand challenges through transport. The second group is focused on how to solve for supply and demand through local adoptions. The entire group is currently working on strategic planning through creating a mission, vision statement, as well as deliverables. The group is starting to compile and analyze the common challenges that face our industry when it comes to transport and adoptions. Everything from the lack of transport data to discriminatory adoption practices is being analyzed, and the group will then start systematically working through the list to create innovative solutions that can be implemented in the various pilot organizations.

We have broken out into two subgroups to 1) determine what it would take to solve for supply/demand through national transport and 2) determine what it would take to solve for supply/demand locally.  During these breakout sessions we are discussing obstacles for current transport programs and proposed solutions to solve these challenges. The goal is to create resources for Tier 1 and Tier organizations to use and to solve for the obstacles and inefficiencies that sometimes occur with transport programs. The Supply & Demand Working Group is also focusing on local solutions. We are meeting to focus on how to provide the most effective support to the Tier 1 and Tier 2 organizations when it comes to breaking down barriers to adoption, and creating a welcoming environment that encourages the local community to adopt.

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