Are you interested in adopting puppies or adopting dogs? Are you searching for an animal shelter to change a dog’s life?
Thousands of dogs are euthanized each day in the U.S. - and not because of anything they did, but rather because there just isn’t enough space. More and more no-kill shelters may be popping up across the country, but, unfortunately, overcrowding is still a huge issue.
Because of the overcrowding, many dogs in shelters need homes. Who knows, maybe that shelter could be the very place you find your best friend and most loyal companion. So, let's find you one!
If you are interested in adopting a puppy or a dog, then you are probably already aware that they come with a long list of benefits. But, just in case you are on the fence about your pet adoption, we thought we’d sway you a little more toward the side of bringing home the pup. So, here it goes.
Adopted dogs will:
And most of all, adopted dogs will call you their best friend for the rest of their life.
When it comes to adopting puppies and adopting dogs, you want to stay away from breeders and turn to animal shelters instead. Animal shelters are located all throughout the United States and house dogs looking for their furever homes. Your home could be the perfect place.
With so many animal shelters, how do you choose?
There are well-known animal shelters, such as The Humane Society, that are found in nearly every major city in the country. While these may be hit or miss in their practices, they are respected shelters for the most part.
The ASPCA lists shelters on its website, linking you with local animal shelters and other resources in your area. So whether you are in Phoenix, AZ, Dallas, TX, Denver, CO, Atlanta, GA, or somewhere entirely different, you will have a connection to reputable shelters.
Keep in mind that there are often smaller, non-profit shelters found in local areas, too - especially in bigger cities. These can be great resources for adopting dogs. Do an online search, ask around for recommendations, and even talk to a local vet to find the best option.
Whatever you do, don’t be afraid to ask questions about the dog and the shelter’s practices before you make your decision. You always want to be sure that you are engaging with someone who has the dog’s best interest at heart.
Bringing home an adopted pup means that you will need to address the stinky piles that they leave in your backyard. Dog poo can contain all sorts of parasites, germs, and bacteria - so being diligent about picking up the waste is vital. Not doing so can be dangerous for your family, your new pup, and the environment.
Scoop Soldiers makes this new duty easy for you because we do it for you! Our uniformed, highly-trained, professional troops will make it their mission to remove your pup’s landmines and clear the battlefield at a frequency that works for you.
If you would like to learn more about our pet waste removal - or our other services - contact us today at 877-930-POOP.