Published at Saturday, July 21st, 2018 - 15:38:43 PM. . By Nell Velez.
So that’s my goal. To help you, who cares and has a little extra time on their hands to help one of the shelter dogs in your care. Canine kennel behavior modification is possible, but remember, not all dogs can be saved, shelters have to abide by certain rules and that’s for a good reason. But, in general, I like to think, they’re willing to stretch a little from time to time, you just have to be prepared not to screw it up.
Animal shelters do a good job of screening animals before adopting them out to new homes. They also screen potential pet owners. IF you find a pet offered through an animal shelter, you will be asked to sign a contract saying that you agree to care for the pet long term. You will also be asked several questions about your home, your children and other pets you may have. This is not to be noseyit is simply to help match an owner with the right pet. If the animal suffers from a medical condition, such as diabetes, the new owners know this up front before adopting. Having the animals health history at the time of adoption helps the animal find a permanent home.
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