Finding New Homes for Orphaned Animals
Animal euthanasia remains much higher on Long Island than in other states in the region, and thousands of animals are lost every year to kill shelters in our area. The great majority of these animals were orphaned or were the victims of abuse or neglect.
The Petschauer Insurance team believes that every animal deserves a loving home and family, and we are initiating a long term campaign to provide new homes for mistreated animals.
Ambassadors for Responsible Guardianship
As new Regional Ambassadors for the #AgentsofChange movement here in Nassau County, our team is leading a local effort to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home animals that might otherwise be euthanized. We will be focusing on promoting responsible pet guardianship, working with local shelters and nonprofits to find homes for orphaned pets, and assisting in efforts to reduce or eliminate the use of animal euthanasia in Nassau County.
With so many animals in our area looking for a home, we know we can’t do this alone. We need your help.
Partnering with Organizations in Our Community and the Tri-State Area
Here at Petschauer Insurance, it is our mission to ensure the safety and care of all animals, regardless of what the circumstances may be. We see the value our furry friends provide so many people in our area and beyond. From therapy, to law enforcement and even handicap accessibility, animals such as canines are cherished members of our society and our families.
That’s why we will be working with charities and foundations who share our passion for protecting and training animals. Organizations such as Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), who provide highly-trained assistance dogs and support, and Tri-State Collie Rescue have been supported by our agency in the past, and we look forward to continue supporting them in the future.
In addition, if you or someone you know is in need of a service or emotional support animal but cannot afford one, we have a resource guide available that breaks down costs associated with having a service animal. The guide provides a list of several alternative methods and financing costs that will bring you closer to your furry helper. Additionally, there is a list of accredited organizations who provide complete or partial financial assistance based on individuals’ needs.
To access the Guide: CLICK HERE
Be a Part of this Campaign
To be part of this campaign, all you need to do is invite your close friends or loved ones to come in and visit our team at Petschauer Insurance. While they’re here, we will provide them with a free insurance consultation in addition to more information on our campaign to help local animals. Afterward, we will issue a contribution IN YOUR NAME to a local nonprofit animal rescue effort.
Join Our Team!
This campaign gives you the opportunity to join our team and help make a difference for thousands of people in need and animals who want nothing more than a new home. Please join us, and let’s help as many people and pets as we can!
“Founded in 1975, Canine Companions for Independence is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.” Service animals are known for helping their owners who have impaired vision, hearing, or limited mobility. What research suggests and what many people […]
Nearly 1 out of 5 people in the U.S. live with a disability. Many who of which face physical barriers to meet their daily needs, such as turning on light switches and carrying groceries. Canine Companions transform the lives of people with disabilities and/or limited mobility by providing highly trained assistance dogs to help with […]
Raised $800! Big shoutout to all of our dear clients and friends who recommended our agency! Thanks to YOU and our all-star team who worked hard and were passionate about this campaign, we were able to support the work being done by Canine Companions for Independence – whose ongoing mission is to train and match service dogs with people with disabilities or in need of emotional support! Thank YOU!
Through our Community Cause Program, we now make part of our daily lives to provide support to families, including pets, facing a difficult time RIGHT NOW. Anyone can join without any financial investment of their own! Long Island reports higher animal euthanasia rates than most other locations in the tri-state area, and the majority of […]