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"Mom, did you see the pictures I sent you?"
"Yes, he's very cute."
"You have to come get this dog."
"Alie, I'm working."
"I realize that, but you have to leave and come get this dog."
"I can only adopt him right now?"
"No, but what if someone else falls in love with him and takes him? How could they not? You might miss your chance. You have to come get him."
"Alie, I'm at work."
"I know but you need this dog."
"I feel like you're pressuring me right now."
"I'm not pressuring you. You are looking for a dachshund puppy, and I am letting you know that one is available to rescue."
"Give me the number for the shelter person. I'll think about it. But I can't leave work."

How To Adopt A Dog

Our comfortable, compassionate new Adoption Center is a safe haven for pets while they wait for their new homes. This quiet, happy place showcases cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, rabbits, and other small pets that you can adopt into your heart and home. While here, you can drive past barn animals you can adopt, such as horses, goats, pigs, donkeys, chickens, or roosters. You can also ask about our Wildlife Center, which rescues injured and orphaned wild animals and provides shelter for adoptable exotic pets.

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Donate Now. CONGRATULATIONS! You're about to embark on a wonderful journey. Simple Steps To Adopt A Dog: How To Adopt A Dog. Look Us Over. Fill your life with wags and wiggles! Milo is a cheerful 2-year-old, 10-pound Chihuahua/Dachshund mix with one ear that goes up, and one that flops down - very cute! Milo loves to go for walks and trots right along without pulling on the leash. This smart boy knows how to sit for a treat, and is eager to learn more! Milo came to AFRP from the Monterey County Animal Shelter and he's ready for his forever home. He's a fun and fabulous little companion dog and gets along nicely with other dogs. Milo is not fond of small children and prefers an adult-only household. For more about meeting or adopting Milo,

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Rescue and shelter dogs are a crapshoot. Although it’s hard to track down reliable statistics, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimates that about 3.9 million dogs go to shelters each year and 1.2 million are euthanized. Generally, these groups know only how an animal came into their possession. Behavior issues, illnesses or a high maintenance cost usually only rear their heads after adoption.

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Groups like these have high standards for who gets to adopt. Applicants are sometimes subjected to an interrogation . After receiving this hostile treatment, several would-be pet owners told me, they got offended and gave up. Others push on, (“As a dog ages, it often becomes incontinent and arthritic. How do you intend to handle your dog's age-related problems?”), supplying personal and veterinary references, and submitting to home inspections. Even after going through that ordeal, you can be told that you are unworthy for pet ownership, for reasons often left mysterious. At this point, many frustrated animal lovers can commit an act they’d previously thought abhorrent: They buy a dog, cat, bird, or guinea pig from a pet store or breeder. I know because that’s what happened to me.Tomorrow, Saturday June 24th, is our monthly Adoption Day. Stop by our shelter between 12pm-4pm to meet the dogs of Adopt-A-Dog! We are located at 23 Cox Avenue, Armonk, New York. Are you a fan of DogTV? Friday, June 23rd, our very own Barney will be featured on their latest show, The Adoption Show! DogTv […]