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Fido Love
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Keeping dogs in loving families, rehoming responsibly.
Keeping dogs in loving families, rehoming responsibly.

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Jagger - For Adoption now #inbendI  #oregon
"I love to go on walks. I like to play with dog friends. I am learning how to walk on a leash. I have started basic obedience." Learn more about Jagger at www.fidolove.com

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Terrier Dog for Adoption in Bend Oregon
Looking for a fun, young and handsome pitty rescue? Duke may be your boy. Meet him at Fido Love.

#inbend   #adoptdontshop   #rescuedogs  

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Rescue Dogs for Adoption in Oregon
Looking for a great new dog to call your own? At FidoLove.Com you'll find dogs of all shapes and sizes, looking for new love. The dogs pictured here are just a few looking for great homes now.

Fido Love is an online meeting place for dog lovers, designed to help people responsibly rehome their fido friend into a great new home. Privately adopt directly from the Fido's home - where you'll learn their history and background. 

You'll get advice and guidance on how to go about private adoption - to find a great Fido fit.  To start searching now for Your New Best Friend, click on over to http://fidolove.com/dogs-for-adoption-all.php

#adoptdontshop   #nokillnation   #adoptapet   #rescuedogs  
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Words Kill.  Why We Shouldn't Sugarcoat the Deaths of Thousands of Shelter Pets Every Day.

#nokillnation   #adoptapet  #dogrescue

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Adopting through, or donating to, a Pet Rescue?  Here's how to find one that you can trust.
Rescue Group Standards of Care and Transparency
A 9 point checklist for the public when considering whether to adopt from pet rescue group, or to support one financially or otherwise.

1. Veterinary care. Who is the rescue’s primary vet? A good rescue should not hesitate to share this information with you. Call the vet to understand the rescue’s standards of care. Is the rescue current – financially – on it’s accounts? etc.

2. Partner Organizations. What organizations do they partner with – or rescue from – are they legit? Where does the rescue get their animals? If they actively work to ‘pull’ pets from kill-shelters, we suggest you contact the shelter organization directly and ask about their impressions and experiences working with the rescue.

3. Vet Examinations. Are the rescue’s adoptable pets examined by a vet? Will they provide veterinary paperwork indicating this is the case?
Adoption Fee. What is the rescue’s adoption fee? A reasonable fee for a dog is $100-$250, assuming dogs are chipped, spayed/neutered and vet-checked. An adoption fee for cats should range $30 to $75. There are a few exceptions to this where extraordinary medical care costs may warrant a higher fee, but a good rescue should not regularly be ‘making money’ off of the dogs they adopt.

4. Post-Adoption Support. Does the rescue provide support to adoptive families? Is there a qualified trainer available to help work through possible issues or challenges? What is the rescue group’s policy if the adoption doesn’t work out or if an animal becomes very sick soon after adoption?

Read more at: http://www.rescuecheck.org/adopting-from-a-dog-cat-rescue/

#adoptapet #cat  #dog #rescuedog #dogadoption #petrescue  

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Adopting through a Pet Rescue?  Here's how to find a good one.
Rescue Group Standards of Care and Transparency
A 9 point checklist for the public when considering whether to adopt from pet rescue group, or to support one financially or otherwise.

1. Veterinary care. Who is the rescue’s primary vet? A good rescue should not hesitate to share this information with you. Call the vet to understand the rescue’s standards of care. Is the rescue current – financially – on it’s accounts? etc.

2. Partner Organizations. What organizations do they partner with – or rescue from – are they legit? Where does the rescue get their animals? If they actively work to ‘pull’ pets from kill-shelters, we suggest you contact the shelter organization directly and ask about their impressions and experiences working with the rescue.

3. Vet Examinations. Are the rescue’s adoptable pets examined by a vet? Will they provide veterinary paperwork indicating this is the case?
Adoption Fee. What is the rescue’s adoption fee? A reasonable fee for a dog is $100-$250, assuming dogs are chipped, spayed/neutered and vet-checked. An adoption fee for cats should range $30 to $75. There are a few exceptions to this where extraordinary medical care costs may warrant a higher fee, but a good rescue should not regularly be ‘making money’ off of the dogs they adopt.

4. Post-Adoption Support. Does the rescue provide support to adoptive families? Is there a qualified trainer available to help work through possible issues or challenges? What is the rescue group’s policy if the adoption doesn’t work out or if an animal becomes very sick soon after adoption?

Read more at: http://www.rescuecheck.org/adopting-from-a-dog-cat-rescue/

#adoptapet #cat  #dog #rescuedog #dogadoption #petrescue  
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