Caring for a companion animal goes far beyond providing food, water and shelter. You are about to take your first step to responsible pet ownership. It’s smart to do your research and careful planning before bringing a dog or cat home. What are your answers to the following questions?
- ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A LONG-TERM COMMITMENT?
- CAN YOU SPEND QUALITY TIME WITH THIS ANIMAL?
- WILL YOU BE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR PET’S HEALTH AND SAFETY?
- DO YOU KNOW WHAT KIND OF PET IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Dogs and cats are not right for every household. Problems such as allergies, apartment restrictions, or moving issues should be explored before adopting a new pet. Large dogs may be too strong or active for small children, while small pets may be too delicate for children. You’re also advised to spay or neuter your pet, and make sure that he or she has proper identification.
Please think twice before you make a decision. If you still want to take this life-long commitment, please fill in the form on the animal’s page and we will get back to you as soon as possible.