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fundraising idea for animal rescue

Fundraising idea for animal rescue

Help well-deserving animals find forever homes with this fundraising idea for animal rescue.

As a non-profit or volunteer group, you depend on the selfless efforts of others to get the word out. Wouldn’t it be useful if you could place your organization in the path of large numbers of pet lovers even while you sleep?

You can do just that by choosing to open an online store to sell pet treats and/or pet crafts to benefit your rescue group. Members of your organization are bound to be talented crafters and bakers. Give them a venue to show off their creativity.

Fundraising idea for animal rescue
Alaska Dog and Puppy Rescue bakes dog treats as a fundraiser.

The good thing is there are many pet lovers and pet owners who are looking for handcrafted items and original pet gifts that they cannot find in a big retail outlet. They also would love to give their money to a worthwhile organization.

Go over to PetCraftStore.com, the online marketplace specifically created for pet lovers to buy original pet products, and set up an online store for your rescue group. You will receive internet marketing support so that your store will be found on the web. It will not help you nor the animals if no one knows you exist.


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Dog Treat Ingredients And Customers

Q:  I use only healthy ingredients in my dog treat recipes. There seems to always be someone, who will either approach me in person when I’m displaying at a farmers’ market or fundraiser, or through comments on my blog, who wants to disagree with my choice of ingredients. Any advice?

Frosting Fran

A: You are not alone! First of all, do not take it personally. You have undoubtedly spent a lot of time researching your recipes to put together a winning combination of ingredients that will produce the best dog treats for your customers. There might be a lack of knowledge, a reliance on rumor or misconception, or something else. 

We know of one woman who tastes all dog treats before giving any to her dog. If she doesn’t like them, she will say so and then say that she would never let her dog eat one. (Meanwhile, her dog whines and salivates while watching her eat the treat.)

Do not feel the need to defend your recipes. You know what your customers want. Not everyone will be in your target market. Thank them for stopping by and tell them it seems that your products are not what they are looking for. Then let them move on.

Blog comments prove you have readers! A little education or clarification in a reply to the comment may suffice. Use it to your advantage and write a new post addressing the concern to which you can refer others in the future.

You are not obligated to post an egregiously rude or vulgar comment as it serves no useful purpose. Having comment moderation enabled on your blog will give you control over this.

Kol’s Notes, a popular and well-written dog blog with original and interesting recipes for dog treats, heads off the issue by letting readers know that not all the posted recipes will be right for their particular dog, and offers alternatives if applicable. One recipe does not always fit all.

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