Adopt, Don't Shop
If you are considering bringing a new pet into your home, there are countless animals waiting for a family to love them.
Animal shelters and rescue groups are filled with happy, loving pets. Whereas many of the puppies sold in pet stores were born in puppy mills, where the conditions can be so bad that they often result in health problems for the animal. Erase the stigma that rescue pets can be antisocial or aggressive! Most of these pets wound up homeless because of a move or divorce, not because they did anything wrong, and are typically house-trained. Bringing a new pet is a huge decision and not one that should be done impulsively. But if this is something you’ve wanted for awhile, check out the shelters and change a life.
I donate my time, money and skills to Battle for the Bully "Changing the Perception", I cannot foster or adopt at this time but will in the future. Pit Bulls have stolen my heart!
Rhonda Hughes3 months ago
We always adopt our pets. Numerous cats have lived with us and countless dogs. At the moment we have 4. A Pomeranian, a Maltese mix and 2 chihuahuas. They are spoiled every day.
Peggy Evans5 months ago
I have my dog Bill last month on 13th, nobody knows what happened to him. I am so glad his coming make the two of us a real family. Each work day, he will always staying inside the door for me to come back. My life is colorful now~ I am so happy
lucy zhou12 months ago
We adopted our dog Max 1,5 years ago. He only has 2 years but he was already abandonned twice. He´s very happy now, as we are too!
Susana Neto Batistaover 1 year ago
We adopted our beloved Abigail. Who has become my daughter's best friend and biggest assistance with her mental and emotional health.
Dixie Carterover 1 year ago
Yesterday was the one year anniversary of adopting Watson, a puggle with a spinal cord injury. He inspires everyone he meets with his joy of life.
Kiki McGoughover 1 year ago
Volunteer at a shelter to help to socialize animals to prepare them for adoption. I volunteer at the Palm Spriongs CA Animal Shelter and the experience is most rewarding.
Paul Sellersalmost 2 years ago
MANDY VARLEYover 2 years ago
I have adopted my last dog.It´s been 8 years since then. He chose us in an incredible story-he just stopped and sat at my door for hours-and we accepted him. My family and I love pets, nature, animals in general.
Myria Karlovichover 2 years ago
Our rescue pups have been the such a beautiful addition to our family. It's impossible to be unhappy with warm, cheerful dog in the house!
Karen Wilsonover 2 years ago
I adopted a puppy from Texas this past summer. Last night was her first time seeing snow. It made my heart so happy <3
Michele Toherover 2 years ago
Rescue a dog and they will rescue you right back <3
Sally Kurjanover 2 years ago
We have 2 rescue cats, a rescue rabbit and tortoise. They bring so much joy to our family.
Kristina Ortizalmost 3 years ago
I have a rescue dog and she is the light of my life!
Julia Louiseover 3 years ago