Archive | February, 2016

18: Dr. Christine Chang Lim + Ginger and Zero: Your Animal Rescue Story

Christine Chang is a medical doctor in the San Francisco Bay Area. Christine and Harold have known each other since living in East Amherst, New York together, and later discovering they live in the same neighborhood in Northern California.
Christine is married to Dr. James Lim, and they have two sons, Isaac and Simon. In this episode, Christine shares two…
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15: Rebekah Nemethy, My Rescue Rocks: Passion for Pets, A Podcast, & Photography

Nancy and Harold are very pleased to interview Rebekah Nemethy, a fellow animal rescue podcaster. She hosts My Rescue Rocks, now in its second season. Rebekah shares her story as an artist and podcaster, her spectacular photography, some photography tips, and a number of inspiring animal rescue stories.

Rebekah Nemethy’s Photography Tips

Whether you want to believe it or not, each pet’s photo is marketing. Sad marketing often leads to pity, and not adoptions. Here are some tips to keep your rescue dogs looking happy and help them get adopted.

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13: Pawprint Update + 7 Things You Didn’t Know About Nancy and Harold

Listen to an update about the Pawprint Animal Rescue podcast, including the top nations who listen to the show, and seven things you did not know about Nancy and Harold Rhee. 

1. Harold Rhee is allergic to cats

2. Nancy Rhee is trilingual (Korean, Japanese, English)

3. Harold runs half marathons (thank you Vicki DeMenno!)

4. Nancy loves coffee and sweets

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12: Katie Krimitsos, Biz Women Rock: Facebook Strategies That Rock For Your Animal Rescue

Katie Krimitsos is host of the popular business podcast, Biz Women Rock! in the Tampa, Florida area. She talks in today’s episode about leveraging Facebook for your animal rescue community.
Tell a story with your Facebook page
  1. Post often, keep your audience engaged. Funny memes and quotes work well.
  2. Post pictures, visuals make an impact.
  3. Post videos, makes things very personal.
  4. Try telling stories with longer written posts. Doesn’t have to be quick and short.
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11: Peter Zheutlin, Author of Rescue Road: On the Road with Greg Mahle

We talk to author Peter Zheutlin about his discovery of the complex world of animal rescue through the adoption of his dog Albie. He meets, follows, and ultimately writes a book about Greg Mahle and other animal rescue heroes, and discusses the ups and downs of a writer’s life.


Peter Zheutlin’s New York Times and Amazon best-seller, Rescue Road: One Man, Thirty Thousand Dogs, and a Million Miles on the Last Hope Highway, records the journey of Greg Mahle, who drives a truck 26 times a year to save thousands of dogs.
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