Adopting through a Shelter

Adopting through a Shelter

When it comes to adopting a dog or cat most people immediately think of adopting through a shelter. Local SPCA or ISPCA facilities often hold weekly or monthly adoption days at shelters to give potential pet owners a chance to meet dogs and cats available for adoption. Adopting through a shelter can be an excellent way to bring a pet into your home. Shelter dogs and cats are often pets that have been given up because previous owners are unable to care for them. Contrary to popular belief, not all shelter animals live on the street or come from rough situations. Pets that come through a shelter often receive better vet care than those from a pet store. Typically, when animals come into a shelter they receive immediate vet care, vaccination updates, needed surgeries or other medical treatment. Shelters often provide low-cost vet care to adopters as well. For more details, call your vet Oshawa, ON.

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