Adopting Pets

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SAVE THEM. DO NOT MAKE THEM SUFFER MORE.

My roommate recently found a dog in the street. He was playing ultimate Frisbee at his college and a dog was around running all over the field. He got the puppy to our place. this happened like two weeks ago. He is taking care of her (the dog) right now. He is trying to find her original home. He posted on Facebook websites about the dog, and he also put some posters around but no one has called yet. As I said before he is tanking care of her. but let me be realistic he cannot take care of himself he is not going to able to take care of the dog. He knows that if we do not find the owner of the dog, we will have to give her in adoption. If someone cannot take care of another human life the best decision is to give them in adoption.

The facility will take care of the dogs including any kind of shot that a animal needs until they find a new home for the pet. This association rise a lot of money, so they can survive in the business and make happy a bunch of dogs and families.

Adopting a dog is not hard, but remember that you have to be ready to do it. How do you know if you are ready or not? First, you have to make sure that have a good income where you can support yourselves and also a extra member of the family. This extra member will be the dog. You will need money to buy him food constantly and any medical supplements like shots, which are not cheap. The most important thing you need to have is time. You need to spend time with the dog. During this time it is not going to be just to play with the dog at your place, but also to take for walks around 2 to 3 times per day.

If you want to adopt a dog, you have to make sure that you or someone else will have time and money to take care of the pet.

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