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Animal Adoption
I. You probably know what breed you are interested in, and what age would be the best fit for you.
A. Now is how you will adopt a new member of you family. B. There is one question left you ask you need to ask yourself. What do you expect from your dog? C. If companionship is all you need consider adopting from a shelter. If you’re seeking health, performance, and other things adopt from a reputable breeder. These should be the only two options when adopting a dog as state in Purebreed rescue dog adoption rewards and realities.
II. In Shelter dogs If you live in America you should realize that sheltering dogs is a big problem.
III. The number 1 reason for shelters pets is, irresponsible owners. It’s not the fault of the dogs themselves.
IV. A story called Seconds chance: inspiring stories of dog adoption says Dogs in shelters and rescues are harder to train because of their past experiences and training. With a little love and attention, any shelter dog can be turned into the one you want.
V. Today I would like to inform you about on how you can adopt a dog yourself.
(Transition: Lets start by looking at the options we have to adopt.)
I. The local shelter or pound is an excellent place to seek mixed breed dogs of any age. A. The shelter may receive pure breeds occasionally. You have to wait a little bit before the right dog comes. 1. Patience is the key into finding the right one. It will always be worth it, found in The lucky dog matchmaking service. 2. You can buy dogs from many places such as craigslist and websites, the newspapers, pet’s shops and other local breeders. But just because you can doesn’t mean you should according to Successful dog adoption 3. A lot of places have lack of responsibility for dogs. 4.The problem is lack of care of animals…...

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