Have you addressed what type of pet personality you are looking for? Wait a second, did we just say personality, and not breed? Yes, that is right. Finding the ideal pet for yourself or family should start with an understanding of the ideal pet personality. Consider this, do you need a dog that is low key and good with kids, or are you looking for an energetic pal who is into trail running? Perhaps a cat that will get along well with others is what you need. The dog rescues and cat rescues that post hundreds of local pets near you are experts at matching you with a dog or cat who will love the life you can provide. This is why so many people are realizing focusing on dog adoption and cat adoption from a rescue is the ideal pet search process. Best of all, our website has a feature called "New Pet Alerts." Simply tell us what you are looking for and we will e-mail you when that perfect pet is available! So even if you've made the commitment to adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten, we will e-mail you immediately when we know of a local little furry fellow who is in need of a new home!
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These adoption events bring dogs and cats from Animal Care Centers of NYC and our other local rescue partners to pet stores in Brooklyn and Manhattan for adoption. Join us on Wednesdays and Saturdays for our weekly cat mobile adoptions. Please check our for details.
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The Santa Fe animal shelter is committed to our local and regional community. In an attempt to reach people who may find it difficult to get to our Shelter campus we bring our animals into the community as often as possible. We maintain a several weeks in advance and encourage people to come meet our dogs outside of the shelter. We also participate in statewide adoption events that appear on the calendar. If you like the idea of seeing our animals in the community, call our offsite coordinator at 983-4309 ext. 1231 about opportunities to volunteer and help bring more of our animals out and about.
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1. Making the Best of the First Week with Your Dog - Just like us, dogs need order and leadership, especially dogs for adoption that aren’t accustom to a daily routine. They seek structure, which you must provide. Your dog needs to know that you are the boss and that you have a set of house rules. This makes the transition from the shelter to your home easier, faster and more rewarding. Hold a family meeting to create rules about caring for the dog. Purchase your basic dog care items such as ID tags, a collar and a 6 foot leash, food and water bowls, food, dog toys, a crate and bedding, and basic grooming tools. Just before you bring your dog into the home, take him for a walk to tire him out a little. At first, limit your dog to one room or area. Most dogs instinctively like to den, and a crate makes the ideal place for your dog to sleep and get away from household hubbub, a crate is where a lot of dogs for adoption already have spent a lot of time so it will feel familiar. Plan a trip to the vet in order to make sure your dog is healthy and will not transmit any diseases to other local dogs. For more tips, and advice read the full post at our blog. : You can search our online list of adoptable pets. This list includes both the local dogs and cats as well as the pets that are still in the many shelters we pull from. If one you find the Lucky Dog of your dreams online, please email your application to the contact listed in the pet's profile.