Pet Watch Summit July 21 – helping lost and found pets in your neighborhood

Sharing information on this important event to help reunite lost and found pets with their families!

Event: Animal Alert! – Pet Watch Summit
A meeting of Those Interested in Helping with Lost and Found Pets in Their Neighborhood.

Purpose:  To meet with other neighborhood Animal Alert! / Pet Watch groups OR those interested in establishing one for their neighborhood.  We are working hard to help establish an Animal Alert! or Pet Watch Program in every neighborhood across Dallas.  

Goal:  To be able to LINK to all the neighborhoods on a timely basis in the event of a lost or found pet. 

Agenda:
*  How to establish a Program for your neighborhood.
*  How to set up a phone and/or computer system to help get the word out fast.
*  How to LINK to the other established neighborhoods.
*  How to handle volunteer burn out.
*  Fund raising ideas.

Plan:  We try to have a Pet Summit about every 6 months in order to help establish Pet Programs in new neighborhoods and LINK them all together across Dallas.  Together we can help unite a lost pet to its family.  There is nothing better than the SMILE of a happy reunion!

Date/Time:  Tuesday-  July 21   7:00 – 9:00 PM  Doors open at 6:30 PM.  Come early to meet and greet before the 7:00 meeting.

Location:  We will be meeting in the For the Love of the Lake office in Casa Linda Shopping Center-  at the intersection of Garland Road and Buckner Boulevard.  This is under Another Broken Egg restaurant.

HELP:  Please pass this information on to anyone you know that might be interested in helping with this project.  Does your neighborhood have an Association or a Board?   Is there anyone at your vet that might be interested in receiving emails about the Pet Summits?  If so, please pass this information on to them.

For More Information:

PetSummit@aol.com   (214) 328-0508  Andie Comini

info@lfhanimalalert.org  Maeleska Fletes

Thank you for caring and helping!

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