On this episode of the Chat with the Experts podcast, we talk with Hannah Bennett of the Humane Society of Indianapolis about the pet adoption process.
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Animal rescues most often need foster parents to take care of dogs and cats in their system so the pets don't have to live in shelters for an extended time.
Are you considering adopting a new cat or dog? Consider fostering first. Fostering saves lives, and it helps you see how well the pet fits into your family.
Bringing a new member into your family is a big commitment and life change, even when it’s a four-legged one. Consider these questions before you adopt a pet.
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The arrange for you to meet you selected pet. In my case in was at an adoption meet and great. Since PA law does not allow the adoption to take place at the meet and
I have had my adopted dog for about a month and the only problem I had was she had coccidiois, which is not uncommon with puppies and fortunately I had schedule an appointment with my vet 2 days after the adoption. She received her treatment and is now fine. I think they should make it mandatory that all dogs get examined by a vet within a set number of days after adoption. SPCA requires this in our area. She was a little underweight since they had switched her to feeding twice a day. My vet had me go back to 3 times a day she in 2 weeks she gained 5 lbs and is doing well.
She was already spayed and had a microchip at the age of 3 months.
She was listed as a lab mix, however she is more a
She has adjusted well to her new home and her brother.
They transported him to our house. He came to us happy and healthy. We took him to the vet soon after and the vet said he'd been very well taken care of and was very healthy.
We got paperwork for him with all his updated shots and rabies tags. They also send us copies of everything we needed in the mail. We also got a Christmas card from them!
I had questions about our dog after he came home with us and the foster mom has been GREAT at answering any and all questions I had. She has made herself available even after the adoption. Our dog came to us with FANTASTIC manners. He is house broken and can sit on command and is so well behaved. Its a great tribute to how well the foster mom did raising him!
I can't go on enough about how much me and my fiance love this agency! Do not miss the
I have dealt with the company recently at their Adoption Event at Stownstown in front of Pet Food Express n 10/19/2014. To be more precise I have adopted a puppy 8 weeks old, I was surprised when after adoption agreement got signed and the puppy was handed to me I was asked to follow the woman, who first was dealing with the paperwork, as the puppy was to get first round of vaccines, so the puppy of this young age has not been vaccinated prior to the adoption event which is ridiculous as it is and I am sure would not be if not adopted. So the woman took me to a car parked nearby, another younger woman took a box out of the car of questionable cleanness then vaccines out of the box (do not remember if the box was a cooler) and administered the shots right there in the street that also seemed not right.
When home the puppy vomited, I didn't take it too seriously thinking that the poor baby might be tired or not well as just got the shots.
To make long story short, the pup was deteriorating rapidly and on the fourth day after adoption I took him to
as the pup's life was at stake. The pup immediately got hooked up to IV machine and a feeding tube, Thanks God puppy is alive back home and under scrupulous care,,
My charges summed up to $ 3749.9
I tried to contact the Company since the pup got diagnosed, however it is almost impossible to get hold of them. They never answer the calls, mail
I feel obligated to share this information with potential victims of the "Rescuers" who are making money on poor abandoned animals. On my numerous requests to meet with
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