People often consider only how dogs would be with their children and not whether their children will be good with dogs. Dogs are not the only one in a relationship (especially with children) that need to be trained.
It's not OK to let your child walk up and get into a
Due to the many animals that are surrendered to rescues (and supposed rescues), it was decided to put together this Public Service Announcement regarding the rules, laws and just basic advice for the public.
You've made a wise choice. A cat is a lovable, charming pet that offers endless fun and entertainment. But cats may only be lovable and charming if you treat them the way they should be treated, the way you yourself would want to be treated.
So, if you’re thinking of adopting a cat, keep in mind these tips about how to keep him healthy and happy.
Normally, pets run away from acute boredom or loneliness, to answer sexual urges if they have not been neutered, in response to sudden and unexpected events that frighten them, out of curiosity if doors, windows or gates are left open, or if they are new to a home and are looking for their former surroundings. Also, be aware that Pet Theft is on the rise.
Congratulations, the cat’s out of the bag! You've just entered into a wonderful relationship that’s bound to be filled with fun and affection.
By starting off on the right foot, this is, by being well prepared for his/her new arrival, you can move through that rocky adjustment period most new relationships go through and get right down to the lovin'!
These are the Top 10 things to do before bringing kitty home.
Foster volunteers are made up of animal lovers who are aware of the devastating and growing problem of animal over population and the inhumane treatment of animals. Foster homes are always urgently needed. Lives can't be saved without them.
All you need to provide is a place for the animal to go, and love. The rescue will supply the rest. And what you get back is immeasurable, unconditional love & joy from saving a life. An estimated 8 million dogs and cats enter animal shelters in the U.S. each year, and approximately 4 million or 11,000 each day are euthanized.