Breaking Barriers: Insights into the Competitive Pet Placement Project

Over the last several months, HASS collaborated with a selection of HASS pilot shelters to identify any lingering shelter operation barriers to positive adoption outcomes as part of a formal Competitive Pet Placement (CPP) project. CPP is an initiative supported by PetSmart Charities that aims to make sure animal shelters are not making it harder for people to adopt and foster than it should be—and to make it easier for pets to get into homes.

Watch Kate McHugh-Westfall, HASS Embedded Data and Implementation Coordinator, Regan Goins, Outcomes Manager for Cincinnati Animal CARE, and Jairus Hubbard, Adoptions Supervisor for LifeLine Dekalb County Animal Services, discuss their experience and the impact of the Competitive Pet Placement project on their organizations. Nichole Hazard, HASS Associate Director of Marketing & Communications moderates.


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