What You Need to Know to Partner with Rescues with Courtney Bryson

This week, Courtney—whose rescue involvement led to her pet photography career—gives us the scoop on getting started working with animal rescues.
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Podcast Episode Number: #162

Date Published: 10/18/2022

Episode Length: 37:55

Show Notes:

162 – Courtney Bryson has seen this story too many times in our Hair of the Dog Circle community: A pet photographer hoping to partner with an animal-rescue group reaches out to them, and gets totally skunked. Emails are ignored; offers to help are declined. What gives?

This week, Courtney—whose rescue involvement led to her pet photography career—gives us the scoop on getting started working with animal rescues.

What To Listen For:

  • Why pet photogs strike out when looking for animal-rescue partners
  • How to get connected if you don't have connections
  • Where to snoop to make sure a rescue is legit
  • Why sometimes donating less is more
  • The single best predictor of whether a rescue will promote your project

If you've been thinking of partnering with a rescue, or if you've struck out in your attempts to do so, be ready to take notes this week!

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Resources from this episode:

Episode 41: Finding Success in a Small Town

CM Bryson Photography

CM Bryson on Instagram

The Rescue Ranch on Facebook

Nicole's Instagram

Rescue Me!

IRS official website

Hair of the Dog Academy

Free Hair of the Dog community

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