Dog Rescue and Adoption

Article Highlight: Schnoodle Rescue

Schnoodles, a mixed breed of schnauzer and poodles, are a smart and affectionate breed. You will typically find Schnoodle rescues in organizations that take Schnauzers or Poodles. Any rescue Schnoodle should… Keep reading »

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Dog Rescue and Adoption Information

If you are thinking about getting a dog, why not consider dog rescue and adoption? Adopting a homeless animal is one of the most rewarding experiences a pet lover can have. There tends to be a special bond between a rescued animal and his adopter, and knowing that you did a good thing for your new dog and for your community is a great feeling!

In shelters in the United States, 11 million animals are euthanized annually. The majority of these animals were loved family pets, and they had only one problem - they were homeless. Homelessness is the most deadly condition a domestic pet can experience. When you adopt a dog, you are saving his life and making room for another dog to find a home. Dog adoption is one kind act that can save many lives!

There are rescue groups for every breed of dog imaginable, whether you want a mutt or a purebred, a puppy or a mature dog. The dog rescue and adoption articles offered in this category provide information for potential adopters as well as people who may have recently adopted a rescue dog.

Getting through the adoption process is easier if you know what to expect. It is always a little challenging to settle in with a new dog; use the information in this category to prepare yourself for the experience to ensure a smooth transition. Some of the topics covered in this section are:

  • Breed specific rescue
  • What to expect when you bring your adopted dog home
  • The dog adoption process
  • Dog rescue groups
  • How to help homeless dogs

New articles about dog rescue and adoption are added all the time, so be sure to check back often to find out the latest information. Maybe you can make a difference in a needy dog's life.

Dog Rescue and Adoption