My company is providing an online platform for 900+ shelters, where they'll be able to display their adoptables on their profile page in our platform.
From the RG toolkit webpage (https://rescuegroups.org/services/pet-adoption-toolkit/), it appears that the code snippet produced can be shelter specific. Such that, only the adoptable animals from that specific shelter will be shown on the webpage where the JS snippet is embedded. Is this correct?
If so, what is the process each of our 900 shelters will need to take to generate their JS code snippet?
Is the JS code snippet customizable such that we can exclude particular search filters/fields?
For instance, on the page provided as an example on your website (http://www.globalanimal.org/adopt-a-pet/), it appears as if the adoptables shown are an aggregate of all animals for all shelters within selected search parameters. How can I exclude the zip code field and distance parameter, when we're only showing shelter specific animals?
Yes, the Toolkit is customizable per organization. Every organization has access to their own Toolkit code, and we would recommend that you reach out to one of the organizations that has an existing account with your service and investigate how you might be able to meet their needs by using the Toolkit.
Okay, thanks Richard. Will do.
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