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You can’t buy love — but you can adopt it from an animal,you can find a dog to fit your unique personality

Afghanistan
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Bella

By: www.petfinder.com

ABOUT BELLA

Dog • Chihuahua • Adult • Female • Small


Bella is a very sweet girl that loves people! She takes a little bit of time to warm up to you, ...

Bahrain
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Porkchop

By: www.aspca.org

Name: Porkchop
Color: Tan
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Gender: Female
Age: 1 year


This animal is available for adoption via our Adoption Center. If you ...

Barbados
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Mikey

By: www.aspca.org

Name: Mikey
Color: Brown/White Brindle
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
Gender: Male
Age: 4 years

This animal is available for adoption via our Adoption Center. If ...

Bangladesh
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Adopt Love at PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend

By: www.petsmartcharities.org

September 15th - 17th, 2017 at a PetSmart store near you.

Thanks to pet lovers just like you, we've helped save over 7 million pets through adoption. Join us to keep the momentum goin...

Algeria
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Jess

By: animals.caraphil.org

A small, sweet dog.
I’m Jess! I’m so small it’s hard to tell how old I am sometimes. I’m quiet but when I’m happy the whole room lights up!

Specie: Do...

Why Adopt Instead Of Buying A Pet?

Adoption helps stop pet overpopulation

There are too many animals and not enough homes. Shelters have been facing a pet overpopulation problem for the last few decades. Some animals are found wandering as strays, and some are surrendered by their owners who cannot, or no longer want to, care for them. In order to help reduce pet overpopulation and being part of the solution, it’s important to have your pet sterilized, which is the only permanent, 100-percent effective method of birth control. In most shelters, spaying or neutering is mandatory for all adopted cats, dogs and rabbits. This ensures the animals placed in the community don’t contribute to pet overpopulation.

Adoption saves lives

Shelters are overcrowded. Adoption will not only save the life of the pet you are adopting but will also make room and free up precious resources for another animal that the shelter will take in. Adopting an animal from a shelter is the best way to help the shelter continue its work. Shelters are meant to only house animals temporarily, and in order to be able to help more animals in need, shelters must find loving adoptive homes for the animals they take in.

Adoption often costs less

Pets adopted from shelters and rescue groups usually cost less than pets purchased or even obtained for free. Once you include the cost of vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, deworming treatment and health guarantee, you’ll be surprised what a good deal an adopted pet really is! Also, did you know that more than 25% of cats and dogs who enter into shelters are pure breeds?

Help us stop the number of abandoned animals, you’ll be happy to be the one who was able to offer him a second chance.



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