Adopting a Dog

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Adopting a Dog

Post by Admin on Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:16 pm

Adoption can be a very rewarding way to get a dog. You're fulfilling your own wishes when you gain a loyal companion, but you also give that dog a home. That may seem unimportant at first glance, but many dogs in rescue centres have been moved from home to home for various reasons; they settle into one, only to be shoved back into kennels. When they find their forever home, they'll repay you every day with love and devotion for the human who rescued them.

A sad fact is that rescue shelters are overflowing. Can you imagine spending every day of your life in a kennel with barely any company, surrounded by the noises of constant barking? That's what some of these dogs have to do.

Adoption isn't for everybody, but why not look into it to find out? There are often rescue fees, but don't let this put you off! This is mainly to ensure that people don't just jump straight into rescuing a dog, only to give it back when they realise it may not be perfectly trained. It's also due to the fact that rescue centres rely mainly on donations from the public.

You never know - your future companion could be waiting for you right now!

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