Now that you know how awesome dogs are, it’s time to decide where you should go to start your search for your furry friend. Some people looking for a specific breed may want to go to a breeder. If you’re looking for a dog based on personality, you have many options. You could visit a shelter, a rescue organization, a pet shop or a foster home.
It’s a delight that we have some remarkable institutions that showcase immense care and concern for the strayed and abandoned dogs. A shelter is a housing facility for surrendered or stray animals operated by an organization dedicated to pet welfare.
A rescue organization, like a shelter, is also dedicated to pet welfare. Rescue organizations care for a relatively small number of animals through a network of private foster homes, rather than in an animal shelter.
Foster homes provide temporary, in-home care for one or more animals on behalf of an animal shelter or animal rescue organization. Foster caregivers are usually volunteers of animal welfare organizations or shelters, and may foster animals for a number of different reasons. Foster homes are often needed for pets that are not yet ready for adoption (sick, injured, recovering from surgery, not yet weaned, needing socialization or other behavior modification, etc.) or pets for whom there is not enough space in the shelter. Some rescue groups operate completely through a network of foster homes.
Wherever you choose to get your dog, we hope we’ve helped you find a companion that will make your life richer, more loving, and more adventurous.
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