A unique gift and engaging resource for dog lovers of all types!
Advocates for pet adoption—along with those who have already adopted a pet or are considering fostering one—are always interested in finding the best ways to gain positive exposure for the animals in their care in the most efficient, positive, and cost-effective way possible. By making engaging and thoughtful online posts, social media can provide this exposure for free!
Featuring fun photos and descriptions of several silly, skeptical, sweet, and sometimes brilliant dogs encountered at various shelters, Adventures with Adoptable Dogs is a useful social-media resource and playful gift book that will touch the heart and tickle the funny bone of dog lovers of all kinds.
"This book talks about how Instagram can have a huge impact on getting dogs adopted and raising awareness on the misconceptions of rescue and shelter dogs." - @brontebrindle on Instagram
"Rachael Rodgers, a photographer from Canmore, Alberta, has filled her Instagram and Facebook feeds with pictures of pups that would melt even the most frozen of hearts — and that’s saying something, because it can get cold in the Rocky Mountains." - Daily Hive Calgary
"Rodgers loves landscapes and being outside, and her photographs show it: the dogs are regularly seen traipsing through the snow, sitting by her feet in an open-top kayak, or hiking along a rugged mountain trail." - NBC, Know Your Value
"The guide featured in the book explores how to use Instagram and Facebook to get dogs adopted. Rodgers breaks down how to optimize hashtags, how to use geotags and includes a section just for shelter administrators." - Rocky Mountain Outlook
"She’s not trying to make each dog into an Instagram star; instead, she’s trying to give potential adopters insight into what the dog is like in hopes of finding the right match. Her style is a candid and often humorous look at the dog, always at eye level and always expressive." - NBCnews.com
“Rachael's book features a remarkable selection of dogs in a wide range of situations and places, beautifully bringing out their individual personalities and quirkiness. This is a book that any dog lover would enjoy browsing, and through Rachael’s skill and creativity, many animals will find the new homes they deserve.” — Pete Wedderburn, veterinarian and author of My Dog Thinks He’s Human: 50 Ways to a Happy Healthy Pet