There are numerous dogs that are eagerly waiting for a warm home and a loving family in animal shelters or adoption centers or organizations, and also many people who take into consideration obtaining a pet from such a place. It hasn’t been an easy pregnancy and the plan was always to wait until the baby was six months old before adopting a dog. Dogs are very social animals and need that human contact and interaction so giving a dog as a gift to someone that has no time to give back is always a bad idea.
If only more people could forward to adopt these lovely creatures, how many more precious lives could be lit up. He is great with all doggies, and would truly make a really great family pet. All of the rescued dogs are then cared for, awaiting adoption into a permanent loving home.
Every dog that we manage to get into a foster home makes room for another dog to be safely looked after in kennels and end their life of misery on the streets. You’re welcome to come and meet the dogs anytime as I work every day from around 11am – 6pm, just call or SMS me on 081 7289054.
Pets from shelters also come with all of their shots and have been de-wormed, something that frequently can’t be said for pet shop animals. The first and best reason is that by adopting a dog you will be saving a life. Harry is a young terrier type dog of about 1 year old who has been waiting a long time and sadly despite having his travel funds ready his offer of a foster home has fallen through, he’s good with the other dogs in kennels and children he has met.
Older pets can be more tolerant than younger animals, and don’t require the constant attention that a young dog or puppy needs. There is an alternative – adopting a puppy or adult dog. She is a person who is so passionate about animal welfare that she took an abandoned cat in an auto to a location 70 km from Bangalore for adoption.