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Best Dog Adoptions – the Do’s and don’ts of Rescuing K-9’s

Animal homelessness is a serious dilemma being tackled by the world today. Dogs and cats from all Walks of like find themselves in animal shelters around the country and get very limited stays in these shelters if they do not get adopted. According to “dosomething.org,” approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter shelters nationwide every year! Of those 3.9 million are dogs. “Do something” goes further to state that only 1 out of 10 dogs born in America ever find a home! One of the main reasons for animal homelessness points the finger at irresponsible owners. According to “Shelter Pet PR,” owners either give their animals up at the shelter without registering them or even just leave them at the door. In more common occurrences, dogs are found on the street and collected by animal control. The number of homeless dogs and cats in the united states is predicted to be disturbing 70 million around the country. There is no need to lose hope though as more and more Americans are rescuing dogs around the nation. Scroll through to see some heart-melting adoption photos, and read up on some facts on how to keep your new companion cheerful and calm!

A Smile That Says It All!

Pit bulls are one of the most misunderstood animals on the planet! The dog was given a reputation by media of being aggressive and unpredictable and accompanied with third strongest jaw out of all dog breeds in the world; it’s understandable why people would stay away.


source: honesttopaws.com

But according to the ASPCA Pitbull stereotypes are very wrong! The breed is very gentle around children, and when giving a loving home, and correct training, become the perfect family pet! This little guy proves precisely that.