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Snaptracs, Inc., the maker of Tagg The Pet Tracker, is currently looking to support social initiatives that share our mission of making people’s lives easier and safer. If you, or your community program, share our goals, we’d like to hear from you. Contact Us.

 


Helen Woodward Animal Center

Snaptracs was proud to be a Tony-level sponsor at Helen Woodward Animal Center’s annual Gala event. The event raised over $275,000. Revenue generated from this event benefits the Center's many distinctive programs that reach out to over 50,000 adults and children in our community and over 3 million orphaned pets worldwide. For more information, please go to www.animalcenter.org.

 

 

Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon

Tagg Gives Back with Facebook Promotion


Snaptracs hosted a virtual fundraiser with the “Tagg Gives Back” Facebook promotion. Every “like” gained on Tagg – The Pet Tracker’s Facebook page from Aug. 22 to Sept. 8 resulted in a $1 donation to the Helen Woodward Animal Center.  An initial $5,000 was committed by Snaptracs, and thanks to Tagg’s Facebook fans, the total "likes" reached a whopping 2,600, raising $7,600 by the end of the promotion! On Sunday, Sept. 25, Snaptracs President Dave Vigil presented the donation to the Helen Woodward Animal Center during the Surf Dog Surf-a-Thon. This event, sponsored by Snaptracs, helped raise awareness and money for orphaned pets while promoting responsible pet ownership.


 

No More Homeless Pets National Conference

Best Friends Animal Society’s No More Homeless Pets National Conference



10/21-10/23 - Las Vegas, NV
, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM.  
Tagg—The Pet Tracker is a proud sponsor of the No More Homeless Pets National Conference which holds a variety of workshops that aim to educate attendees about six main categories. Some of the categories include animal care techniques, how to market your animal care objectives, along with many others. Katya Andresen, former journalist and chief strategy officer for Network for Good, is the keynote speaker for the conference and will offer great insight about driving public action and support.