September 29, 2020
Categories: Announcements, Using Data and Statistics
Free Shelterluv tool for animal welfare organizations to elevate field services data

As animal sheltering becomes more community-centric, organizations across the nation are expanding their efforts to keep people and pets together not only inside the shelter walls, but outside the shelter walls, too. Until now, we’ve known the different points of care happening outside of the shelter walls have been effective, but not always easy to track. Thankfully, Shelterluv has created a solution. 

Shelterluv’s Field Services tool is a software solution for tracking all of the work that your field services or animal care and control officers do in the community. Oh, and did we mention that it is free?! And you don’t even have to be a client of Shelterluv to use this tool. Pretty awesome, right? 

This Field Services feature allows you to track the many points of care that your field services officers perform to (finally) help quantify how their actions are resulting in less pets entering the shelter and more families being kept together. It’s accurate, consistent and in real time. The tool is completely mobile so you can record and track cases and activities from the touch of your fingertips. Additionally, it is a map-based solution that uses Google Maps to visualize your activities. You can easily assign, prioritize, track cases and officers with this feature. 

It’s an easy and convenient tool for you to use, and takes less than 15 minutes to set up. Want to learn more? Shelterluv is hosting a webcast, Shelterluv: Tracking your Points of Care, introducing their new community program, Points of Care Tracking. If you’re not able to make the session live, don’t fret! Register now and they will send you a video recording. 

Have questions? Feel free to email, or check out their website to learn more! Don’t forget to register for the 60-minute webcast, Shelterluv: Tracking your Points of Care, on Tuesday, October 6 at 10am PT/ 1pm ET.