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Just bought my first digital video camera. Yes, a boy with a new toy. Blah, blah, blah.

I was wondering if any of you involved in shelter and rescue work have taken videos of your dogs available for adoption. I think I'm going to offer it to my group and see if it's worth the effort.

Any hints or suggestions?
 

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The rescue I work with doesn't currently use video but I know of a few that do. I think generally it can be an asset - after all, any good exposure the animals get in front of prospective adopters is worthwhile.

I'd say just propose your idea and see where it goes. Most shelters are more then welcome to hearing new thoughts on bringing positive attention their way and they also tend to love volunteers who want to get more involved.
 

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When I was fostering, we put videos up of our foster dog because the rescue said that dogs with videos get WAY more hits on petfinder than those that do not.
 
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