Should Your Pet Shelter Advertise on the Internet

What Pet Rescues and Shelters Face The pet breeding industry is thriving today and it’s one of the fastest growing domestic markets. Over the past five years, the number of pet breeders has increased by at least 20 percent. As a result of the breeding effort more and more people are purchasing pets they later decide they don’t want. These unwanted pets end up in shelters and rescues. Unfortunately many of these unwanted pets end up being destroyed for lack of interest in adoption. Pet rescues and pet shelters need…

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How to Find Your Lost Pet

If your dog or cat wanders off and is lost, there’s a lot you can do to bring him or her home. The sooner you start the search process, the better your chances of finding your pet. First, visit all animal shelters in your area frequently (daily if possible). Even if you call or email with a picture, there is absolutely no guarantee that the worker you reach is aware that your pet has been found, picked up and is indeed waiting there for you. The way you describe your…

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Cat Microchips

A Cat Microchip seems to be the best way to search a pet cat and get him home fast when it gets lost. An interesting statistics from the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association reveals that fifty percent of the microchip implanted pets like cats as well as dogs are rejoined with their owners from the animal shelters. This clearly indicates the importance of a Cat Microchip as well as a Dog Microchip in identifying the pets as and when they are lost. Thanks to the innovative technique offered…

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Pet Adoption As the Solution

Pet adoption is taking responsibility over an animal that has been put up for adoption due to experience of abuse, violence, neglect and etc. with previous owners. With pet adoption, animals are given the chance in finding the appropriate, caring and life long home for them. Aside from this humane chance we are giving to man’s best friend, there are also benefits from adopting animals. The Humane Society of the United States estimates an whopping 8 to 10 million cats and dogs that enter shelters ever year. From these numbers,…

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