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October is National Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month!

National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month!

adopt-a-shelterWe are proud to tell you that October is officially adopt-a-shelter-dog month. If you’ve been thinking about getting a new dog, the best way to do so during the month of October is to head over to your local shelter. You would be providing a wonderful dog with a happy, healthy and loving home.

Some people forget the impact that a dog can have on their lives. They forget that an adopted shelter dog can change their world for the better.

Maybe you live alone and you need a new companion. Or maybe you have a lonely child that needs a loving friend.

Shelter dogs can really enhance a family. Here’s a few ways that a dog can certainly change your life for the better…

Have you considered adopting a shelter dog as:

  • A loving, happy face ready to greet you when you get home from work at the end of the day.
  • A confidant and friend for your lonely child.
  • A new exercise partner.
  • A friend to stay as a constant companion for the senior citizen in your life.
  • A dog that you can train for animal assisted therapy.
  • And many more reasons…

As you can see, shelter dogs can play a tremendous role in anyone’s life. These dogs are looking for a happy home, friendly companions and love and compassion. Are you the right person for the job? I bet you are.

Where Should I Go to Adopt a Dog This October?

Well, the easiest way to adopt a dog would be to head over to the local dog rescue in the vicinity of your home. They will have plenty of dogs looking for a loving family or a kind companion.

Here’s the best part…

The local shelter will have some many different types of dogs to choose from. They will have dogs of every type, age, personality and size, so you’ll have no problem finding the perfect dog for your home.

But on the other hand…

Are you looking for a specific breed of dog? You can also check out the website of the American Humane Association or the ASPCA. You’ll be able to contact members of these organizations and they can help locate a rescue dog no matter what the breed.

So what do you say? Are you ready to begin the animal adoption process? Dog rescue shelters really need your help.


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