This week (September 17-23) is Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week when we celebrate all the pets who have a little more trouble finding their forever home. We have nearly 1,000 pets who are looking for homes in our Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week Gallery. Some of these pets are less adoptable because of their size and color, health issues, or even prejudice against their breed so we’re hosting a special Ask the Experts Q&A!
On Wednesday, September 19, from 12-2 p.m. ET join us for our live Facebook Q&A, Ask the Vet: Less-adoptable pet health and care. Veterinarian Dr. Stephanie Janeczko will be answering your questions live. Don’t miss it!
How to participate:
- “Like” Petfinder on Facebook
- Visit our Facebook page on September 19 from 12-2 p.m. ET
- Ask your questions about your less-adoptable pet’s health, unusual habits and more!
About Dr. Stephanie Janeczko
Dr. Janeczko received her D.V.M. from Cornell University in 2004. She spent time in small animal practice and worked with shelters and rescue groups before returning to Cornell as its first shelter-medicine resident. Dr. Janeczko currently works for the ASPCA as senior director of community outreach shelter medicine programs. With the ASPCA she works locally in NYC as well as nationally to help shelters and animal welfare groups develop and improve their medical programs. She is also the vice president of the Association of Shelter Veterinarians. She shares her home with her furry family — four wonderful cats and the three best dogs in the world!