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5 Things You Should Know About Adopting a Dog
Adopting a dog can be cheaper than buying – Buying a dog from a pet store or a breeder can cost $1000 or more. Depending on if you adopt a dog from a local animal shelter or a dog rescue group, the cost can be as low as $50.
When you adopt a pet, you are saving a life. – Every year over 2 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized due to overcrowding at lack of interest in adopting. Most of these dogs find themselves in shelters thru no fault of their own and will make wonder additional to your home.
You can choose the age of the dog – Puppies are cute and a lot of fun but they can be too much to handle for you and your house. Anyone looking to adopt a housebroken and already trained dog you will have your “pick of the litter” to choose from.
Pure breed dogs are available to adopt – It’s not only mixed breeds that lose their homes. Many pure breed dogs are available for adoption at location animal shelters and rescue groups. You will also find adoptable dogs at breed specific rescues.
Shelter dogs are healthy – When you adopt a dog from a rescue group or an animal shelter they already have a clean bill of health. Before adopting any dog, the rescue will ensure that all vaccinations are up to date, the dog has been spayed / neutered, and many will also include free microchipping to help find your dog if they get lost so they don’t end up back in the shelter again.