What happens when a family wants its lost dog back — after you’ve adopted him?
From burnout to stolen animals, you might be surprised at what shelter workers have to deal with.
Even if the cute dog you’ve picked out has been in the animal shelter for only 1 day, you still might pay the full $200. Here’s the reason.
Whether you’re moving within your neighborhood or across state lines, keep your pup’s well-being in mind.
My personal encounters with aggressive dogs have spanned all ages, sizes and breeds.
It might increase your pet’s chances of being returned, but it could also draw the unwanted attention of thieves.
Adopting a dog is a wonderful decision and one that will change your life. Just make sure you’re making that decision for the right reasons.
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Here’s some first-hand information from me, a former shelter worker, about what it’s like to work at an animal shelter — both the good and the bad.
No-kill shelters may not euthanize animals, but refusing to accept pets can still lead to their deaths.