Our go-to Adoption Tips!
Caring for a companion animal goes far beyond providing food, water, and shelter. It takes research and careful planning to bring the right pet into your home and to make sure your lifestyle is the right one for your pet. Read on for tips to prepare yourself, as well as your home, for a new furry friend.
Are You Ready to Adopt?
When adopting, you are making a commitment to care for an animal for the rest of his life—that could mean 10 to 15 years for dogs and up to 20 years for cats. As you go through lifestyle changes such as moves, the birth of children and new jobs, your animal will remain a permanent part of your life. If circumstances change, will you still be able to care for your pet?
Which Pet Is Right for You?
Your personality and lifestyle, along with challenges such as space restrictions and amount of time spent at home, should be explored to determine what pet is right for your household. Research different breeds and ask shelter staffers for guidance—they're experts at making perfect matches!
This coming Monday, September 2nd most Americans will enjoy beach fun, BBQ’s, picnics and spending time with loved ones. Labor Day is now commonly known as an opportunity to have one last summer celebration but its roots are a little more complex & interesting! Check out these fun facts on one of our favorite summer holidays!
Water can be fun for children to play with, but it can also be deadly. Consider these water safety tips for pools, natural bodies of water and household hazards.
Most children are drawn to water. It's sparkly, things float in it and it's fun to splash. Water safety is no laughing matter. Anyone can have a water-related accident - even children who know how to swim. To keep your children safe in and near the water, follow these guidelines.
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