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Adopters must provide proof of compliance with all applicable laws / regulations in their county of residence (e.g., Virginia residents must prove that their cats and dogs have rabies vaccinations and their dogs have licenses). All adults in the household are encouraged to visit with their new pet prior to adoption.
Top reasons to adopt a pet Because you'll save a life. ... Because you'll get a great animal. ... Because it'll cost you less. ... Because of the bragging rights. ... Because it's one way to fight puppy mills. ... Because your home will thank you. ... Because all pets are good for your health, but adoptees offer an extra boost.
7 Things You Can Do to Help Your Dog Live Longer Feed Your Dog a Healthy and Balanced Diet. ... Dental Care. ... Keep Your Dog Active, But Don't Overdo It. ... Provide Mental Enrichment and Stimulation. ... Regular Veterinary Visits. ... Supplements. ... Pay Extra Attention.
A great answer would be honest but state why RESCUING is important to you such as not supporting puppy mills, giving a dog a second chance or making a positive impact on a dog's life.
Adopted pets are just as loving, intelligent, and loyal as purchased pets. Adopting a pet from an animal shelter is much less expensive than buying a pet at a pet store or through other sources. Buying a pet can easily cost $500 to $1000 or more; adoption costs range from $50 to $200.
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Basic Needs of a Pet Food. Pet needs food like human as it gives energy. ... Water. Aside from giving your pet food, water should also be provided. ... Shelter. Yes, shelter is also a basic need. ... Exercise. Exercise is not only done by pet owners; your pet needs it too! ... Socialize. Pets need to socialize, too.
Here's how to adopt a dog: Follow Steps Look for a rescue or nearby dog shelter house. Visit the shelter and try to bond with the dog. Get the medical records and history of the dog. Follow the required and necessary procedures.
Your donation sponsors the cost of the pet's shelter and care until they find a forever home. Donations are collected by the Petfinder Foundation and kept for the designated shelter. Once a quarter, these donations are distributed to the shelter, less 10 percent for administrative fees.
Interviewing Callers Get the caller's name, address, phone number and email. ... Do they own or rent their home? ... Does the caller have children? ... Does the caller currently have dogs or other pets? ... If the caller does not currently have dogs, have they had dogs before? ... Do they have a yard?
11 Questions to Ask When Getting a Dog From a Rescue or Shelter Where did the dog come from? ... How many homes has this dog already had? ... What is the dog's health status? ... What breed or mix of breeds is the dog? ... What is the dog's personality? ... Is the dog potty trained? ... Does this dog get along well with children or strangers?

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