Adopting a puppy is a commitment for you and your family. Most animal shelters follow a strict policy of neutering and spaying the animals that come into their charge. The pets have had temperament assessments to make sure the adoption match is perfect. There is a wide range of animals available for adoption at the centers.
Alaskan Husky is also called sled dog in that continent and are a hybridized breed of dogs resembling to Siberian Husky. All dogs will be in foster care until the event, and are not available to be seen prior to. Unfortunately, we cannot place animals on hold for adoption.
As a matter of fact, we got monthly reports of adoptions and few dogs ever are. Dogs rescued from the pound are microchipped, heartworm tested and vaccinated by a veterinarian, who also gives them a basic health check and provides us with an estimate of their age.
When you adopt a dog or puppy at a dog pound or rescue you will pay a mere fraction of the price that pet stores charge for “pure bred” dogs. Many animal shelters are usually privately funded and can do with all the help they can get from the local community.
Sometimes, even, there are only two dogs that continuously breed. Rescue shelters provide a safe environment and care until the right family comes along. Many shelters offer web sites with pictures and information about all of their animals available for adoption.