Public Service Announcements

ASPCA Public Relations Department

Radio Public Service Announcements
Adopt a Shelter Dog Month (October)

The following are scripts for public service announcements to educate the public about the benefits of adopting a dog from local shelters nationwide during Adopt A Shelter Dog Month. Our goals are to teach the public about responsible pet ownership and about the millions of wonderful animals waiting to be adopted at independent, community shelters across the country.


(15 second)
October is Adopt A Shelter Dog Month and (YOUR SHELTER NAME) would like to remind you that there are many wonderful dogs waiting for loving homes just like yours. Call us today and find out how you can help. (ADD PHONE NUMBER)

(15 seconds)
Did you know that (ADD SHELTER HERE) has many loving and adoptable dogs waiting for loving homes? Call us today (ADD PHONE NUMBER) or visit us (ADD ADDRESS.) Your new best friend is waiting for you!

(15 seconds)
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month; for more information about the many wonderful dogs currently available for adoption at (ADD LOCAL SHELTER), contact them at (PHONE NUMBER), or visit their website at (ADD WEBSITE HERE)

(30 seconds)
Thinking of adding a pet to your family? October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and (LOCAL SHELTER) reminds you that there are a variety of wonderful adult and young dogs at (LOCAL SHELTER) just waiting for a good home like yours. For more information about adoptions or pet care, contact (LOCAL SHELTER) at (PHONE NUMBER), or visit (WEBSITE.)

(30 seconds)
Thinking of adding a pet to your family? Going to your local shelter may be just the answer. The ASPCA and (YOUR SHELTER HERE) remind you that there are millions of young or adult animals in shelters across the country, just waiting for a good home like yours. For more information about adoptions or pet care, contact (YOUR SHELTER HERE.)

(45 seconds)
If you are looking to adopt a pet, look no further than your local shelter. But before choosing the right dog or cat, ask yourself these important questions:
· Is a pet right for my household?
· Who will take care of it?
· Can I afford a pet?
· Am I ready to make a life-long commitment? ·
. Will I commit to basic training for my pet?

For more information, contact (ADD SHELTER NAME AND NUMBER HERE)

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