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People who are looking to add a pet as a new family member tend to take their time doing the proper research on the different adoption facilities and organizations Often times they find themselves asking questions such as where should I adopt from Who should I adopt from And how much money should I spend If you have ever considered adding a pet to your family then you know all too well that the answers do differPersonally my first and only opinion on a shelter breeder or humane society will constantly be that you should always adopt from an animal shelterpound Animal shelters house a lot of stray cats and dogs animals that people drop off because they dont have the money to take care of the pet the time or even the simple fact that they get tired of having the animal because its gotten too big or just dont want to take care of it any longer Yes it happens Often owners just run out of space for the pet and they set it out or give it away and then it runs away When this happens the county animal shelter comes and retrives the stray and put it on stray hold for 72 hours If the facility is reputable abides by the law After that the animal then has all its required shots and vaccinations Afterwards the shelter has to hold the animal under quarantine for 24 hoursto allow time for all of the medicines to set in After all that is finished the cat or dog is able to be adopted In small counties there are normally strays are being brought in everyday multiple times a day not to mention the few people who bring in their own pets or stray at their house Therefore the space in the shelter is taken up quick This means there are more euthanizations Humane organizations dont euthanize animals to make more space for the
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