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PetBridge Shelter Software Connects Pets & Owners

Millions of homeless animals end up in shelters every year. Abandoned by their owners, they feel vulnerable and scared. The future of a shelter animal is uncertain. Time isn’t on their side. Nearly 50 percent are euthanized due to overcrowding (Humane Society). These are not “problem pets” who are locked up because they are “damaged.” Shelter cats and dogs are loving pets who are desperately looking for a second chance at life. Unfortunately, the odds of a happy ending is against them. Baseline Creative is passionate about pet adoption and saving lives. This is why are so proud of the work we do with PetBridge and their shelter software.

Baseline Creative Saves Lives with Innovative Shelter Software

Baseline Creative and PetBridge believe that every animal deserves the chance of finding a loving home. Animal shelters across the country match owners to pets using our shelter software. Using your shelter’s existing database, animals are showcased in real time with video, images, and “Meet-Your-Match” data without duplicate entry. Pet listings are also sent to more than 100 different national websites.

ReHome
This shelter software allows users to upload animal photos and information. In this way users can find their pet a new “forever home” instead of taking them to a shelter where they face an uncertain future.

Lost & Found
Generate a “lost and found” poster that can be shared online across all social networks, as well as a PDF poster to download and print.

Our shelter software results in less crowded shelters, more lives saved, and more pets finding forever homes with loving families. Some of the shelters that use our software include Kansas Humane Society, KC Pet Project, The SPCA for Monterey County, San Francisco Animal Care & Control, Richmond SPCA and many more. Please contact PetBridge if you are a shelter interested in learning more about our innovative shelter software. We look forward to connecting more pets with owners, and helping shelters save more animal lives.