One of the best ways to combat puppy mills and greedy backyard breeders who care very little for the health and well-being of our beloved canine companions, is to adopt from your local shelter or other animal rescue organization. The dog who was rescued a little over a month ago from a life of unimaginable sadness and fear has already rescued others in need. There are now a new generation of “shelters” devoted to caring for these marginalized animals. People lined up outside the shelters to offer the puppies loving homes.
Please note: There have been numerous calls asking about which are the ‘breeds’ available for adoption. Close to 700 puppies were rescued by the Humane Society, and those in good health were sent to animal shelters for adoption. Know about these great breed of dogs from the white North, who have a thick double coat, hate hot climates and love to play around a lot.
We provide a safe ‘haven’ for animals for life should they not be adopted or are deemed un-adoptable. Otherwise older canine about 8-years old is suitable for older people that love to enjoy relaxing time. At least 30 puppies are currently in need of foster homes.
They will ask questions about your lifestyle, pet history, and knowledge of the dog breed you are interested in adopting. Krupa’s Mission is to help animals in distress, by means of care, medical treatment, boarding and rehabilitation. Well, sometimes just like with people dogs aren’t instantly bbffs so to speak, and it can take time and patience for everyone to adjust.
Shelter dogs can be the best dogs in the world- but there are things you need to consider when making this decision. The adoption process: A form is filled out before you are matched to the right pet. We encourage you to come in, speak with an adoption counselor about what type of pet you are looking for, and meet animals that fit your family.