Sunday, September 18, 2011

1st radio talk show - All about the Justin Animal Alliance


1st radio talk show 

All about the Justin Animal Alliance


Tonight is the very first program of our New radio talk show for animal lovers!  It is going to be all about the Justin Animal Alliance so you can know who we are and how we got stated.  After tonight we will have a different topic and guest speakers for future shows. Please let us know if there are topics you would like to see covered or if you would like to be a guest speaker.

Please join us at 7pm on www.wwjsnow.com

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The adoption event was fun.  We had one adoption!

We know she will have a good home with you Lori.  Please let us know what you decide to call her!




Pics from yestedays adoption event. We have some wonderful small dogs available for adoption. The fee to adopt them is $55 and includes spay/neuter and rabies shots. (We have 4 dogs for adoption that also are micro chipped and have a full set of shots as well. Same adoption fee! We just want to get these babies a home!)






Thank you to everyone that volunteered! Your help was appreciated!



Friday, September 16, 2011

The Justin Animal Alliance now has a new radio talk show for animal lovers!


This radio program is for anyone who has ever wanted to start an animal rescue, currently runs a rescue or shelter, would like to volunteer at a rescue or shelter, would like to promote spay/neutering, end euthanasia of healthy animals, change legislation for the benefit of animal, and anyone who loves animals. We will have a variety of guests, including but not limited to Shelter Directors, Shelter Volunteers, and Animal transport groups etc.. We will have a Q&A (Ask the Vet) with Dr. Henderson of The Ponder Veterinary Hospital.


Our programs will be recorded and archived on our Blog for reference at your leisure. If you are watching our program live please feel free to call in your comments, suggestions, and to ask questions. 214-699-6048 Please help us make this show a great resource for people in animal rescue.


Join us Sunday Nights from 7 to 8pm on www.wwjsnow.com






JUSTIN ANIMAL ALLIANCE’S ANIMAL RESCUE HOUR


This radio program is for anyone who has ever wanted to start an animal rescue, currently runs a rescue or shelter, would like to volunteer at a rescue or shelter, would like to promote spay/neutering, end euthanasia of healthy animals, change legislation for the benefit of animal, and anyone who loves animals. We will have a variety of guests, including but not limited to Shelter Directors, Shelter Volunteers, and Animal transport groups etc.. We will have a Q&A (Ask the Vet) with Dr. Henderson of The Ponder Veterinary Hospital. Our programs will be recorded and archived on our Blog for reference at your leisure. If you are watching our program live please feel free to call in your comments, suggestions, and to ask questions. 214-699-6048 Please help us make this show a great resource for people in animal rescue. Join us Sunday Nights from 7 to 8pm on www.wwjsnow.com


Some of the topics we will discuss –


1. The Justin Animal Alliance – How we started our rescue, help we received along the way from established rescues and shelters in doing our paperwork, receiving food donations, setting up adoption events and more.


2. Affordable Spay/Neuter Programs – What programs are out there and how to put together programs in your area. Including vacation clinics.


3. Director of a no-kill shelter – How they got started as well as the services they provide to the general public. The general ins and outs of running a no kill shelter and how we can open more of them.


4. Director of a city Shelter that does euthanize – The ins and outs of City Run shelters, Animal euthanasia , problems they have as well as solutions they have come up with that they would like to share. How the public can help, some opportunities exist to volunteer from the comfort of your home for people who have social networking skills.


5. Urgent Animals in the DFW area – Euthanasia lists for DFW area animals. How these programs started, the purpose of them and how people can volunteer to help the animals on these lists.


6. Metroport Humane Society – A rescue without walls. This is a solely volunteer project with animals in foster care by volunteers and posted on a group site. Will highlight the group as a model to start other such rescues as well as the help they provide their community.


7. The students at the Art Institute of Dallas and their class film Projects – This program is to let nonprofits in the DFW area know about the resources that The Art Institute of Dallas offers to this area. How Nonprofits can submit their project ideas for students to vote on which topics they chose to cover. How they work with the chosen nonprofit and subject for the length of their class. From the submission of the ideas to completed project.


8. Animal transport groups – What they do and why they exist. How private citizens who own private airplanes are volunteering their time and energy to help animals in shelters get adopted and to transport animals in emergency evacuations like major hurricanes or fires.


9. Pet Loss and Grief support Groups and workshops – Talking about pet loss and grief as well as programs available to the public.


10. Animal Hording – Experts in animal hording to talk about what it is, why people have this problem and how they can get help. Workshops are also provided to the public on animal hording.


11. Lost Pets – When a pet is lost time is of the essence. There are a number of resources available that can assist people in finding a lost or missing pet.


12. Fun Topics – Animal and pet owner social events, dog parks, dog bakeries and more.


13. Petco and Petsmart – adoption programs and how petshops have gone from selling animals to adoption centers.


14. Ask the Vet – Q and A for program Vet (Dr. Henderson) and Vet Tips


15. Rescue stories – Talented rescue dogs that preform and volunteer with sick or elderly, etc.


Please visit our Facebook page to list topics you would like to hear discussed in upcoming programs and follow our blog for synopsis on each of our programs as well as Ustream of programs.


We are looking for sponsors for this program. We are interested in (but not limited to) Pet Resorts, Pet Sitters and Groomers, Pet Bakeries, Unique animal products, Animal Hospital and Animal Insurance providers among others. Of course we welcome the traditional Car and Furniture Dealers as well! If you are a pet lover and have a business, please consider being a sponsor of this program and station


Sunday, September 11, 2011

Another Successful Adoption Day at Tractor Supply!

We had two adoptions yesterday. We love you Lilly and Oliver! Have a wonderful life with your new families! A special thanks to all of the volunteers that showed up today! We really appreciate your help and support and enjoyed meeting so many nice people today!





Please Join Us At Our Next Adoption Day


The Bloom Cottage
9535 Industrial Road and FM 156
Justin, Texas
Saturday, September 17 · 10:00am - 2:00pm




A Dogged Advocate


A Dogged Advocate

Keller Citizen  Wednesday, September 7, 2011 by Martha Deller


The outside Cat Pen is Finished and Occupied!




The cats were a little afraid at first but now they love it and climb all over the place!



We used welded wire on the ground under the pen to keep out predators.  


Please contact us if you would like to visit with any of the cats we have for adoption.  
The fees for adoption are $45 for females, which includes spaying and a rabies shot and $35 for males which includes neutering and a rabies shot.                                                                                    


Monday, September 5, 2011

Meetup Group



The Justin Animal Alliance has a Meetup Group!

Join us for Volunteer Opportunities, Adoption Events as well as Social Happy Hour Fundraisers!

http://www.meetup.com/The-Justin-Animal-Alliance/

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Urgent Animals at the Irving Animal Shelter

Some of you may not be aware of the Euthanasia lists that exist for dogs and cats through the US.  Each week the shelters post animals that are on this list so they can be adopted before they are euthanized.

Please visit this site on Facebook Urgent Animals at the Irving Animal Shelter .  You will find their list of animals that need to be adopted now so they are not euthanized.  Just go to photos and then you will see the code red photo album.



We took in 9 dogs from the Irving shelter that are available for adoption.  Please print and post their flyers at work or school or on your Facebook page, blog etc.  Thank you for helping save a life!