Deciding to adopt a pet can be an exciting time for you and your family! While you may be looking to adopt a new furry friend, you may have questions about what to expect. Through the COVID-19 pandemic and natural disasters, the pet adoption landscape may look different. While everything may seem uncertain, just know that you can still help and bring home these new pets.
There is nothing like the companionship and friendship of your furry family members. Naturally, they are such special and valuable members of your family, especially in times of uncertainty. With so much change in the pet health space during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be unsure if you can adopt a new pet.
Fortunately, Trupanion is partnering with The Humane Society of the US to bring you the first in a series of webinars showcasing everything you need to know about pet adoption. Read on to learn more about the pet adoption landscape webinar and tips to help you navigate adopting a new best friend.
Join us on
October 8 at 4 pm PT/7 pm ET for an informative and free webinar to learn more
about the current pet adoption landscape. With more time being spent at home,
it may be a great time to introduce a new furry family member. Check out some
of the highlights that will be featured in this live pet adoption webinar.
Pet adoption landscape webinar highlights
While pet adoption has become popular during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a variety of questions you may before you choose to adopt a new furry friend. From veterinary visits and fostering to training and behavior, there’s so much to consider!
this webinar, you’ll learn more about these subjects from leading pet experts
Consider the following
How to prepare for fostering or adopting a new pet
Shelter heroes and what they recommend for adopting a new pet
How to ensure new pets visit a veterinarian during the pandemic
is a digital content writer and editor for Trupanion. She spends her workday writing for the Trupanion blog. She loves writing about pets, being inspired by pets, and luckily gets to hang out with her rescue dogs all day long. In her free time, she enjoys exploring and traveling with her family. Her work has been featured on the DOGTV blog, KitNipBox blog, Get Your Pet blog, Fansided, among many others.