Adopting a pet enriches your life, but that isn’t to say that it goes without its challenges. Pet adoption is a beautiful gift to an animal in need of a loving and caring home. Not only will they get a committed owner, you will establish a bound that lasts for years to come. An adopted […]
Working with animal shelters all across the State of Virginia, we rescue animals abandoned by their owners.
One of the most important decisions to make after adopting a cat or a dog is to have them spay neutered
If you need assistance in the process of adopting pets, you can find information here that could help you.
Why I Strongly Advocate Adoption
Every year, 2.7 million dogs and cats are euthanized, simply because too many animals come into shelters and there are not enough people taking them in. So where do many pet owners bring home their kittens, puppies, and rabbits from?
As you can also see, I’m strongly against buying animals and breeding them irresponsibly, when there are so many homeless animals being abandoned by people who can’t take care of them.
From The FLAGPets Blog
So, your new pet is in the van and riding home with you. Now is the time to put yourself in its shoes. No matter what it’s been through in the past, it’s going to a new place. It’s probably confused about why it’s coming home with you. Where are the familiar human smells? The other animals? There are going to be new smells, new faces at its new home. Remember, it’s just…
Before you adopt your little four-legged friend, you’ll need a lot of good information. There are many excellent organizations that are specialized in animal adoptions across the country. These are doing good work in telling people about how to adopt, how to care…
So you’ve decided you want to adopt? Fantastic! Here’s a belly rub for you! Now you’ll need to go through a process. Don’t worry, it’s not as painful as it sounds. I’ll spell out the steps. The steps are only there to help you make sure you’re doing the right thing for…
Like me, you may care a lot about homeless animals, but not really have the resources or the space to give one of them a home. That’s perfectly alright. You can do other things to help, like…
Don’t have money to spare for shelters? Don’t trust that the shelters will put the money to good use? I can tell you at least five other ways in which you can help animals in a shelter if…
What Our Readers Say
FlagPets website provided us with a great information about how to deal with masses of young perpetrators we get to catch every day in our pet shop. Punishing them was not a great way to deal, but we found that making them understand that pet need special care seem to be working just fine!
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