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Pet Adoptions

Find a Furry Family Member

For many pet owners who’ve adopted a pet from an adoption group or shelter, it’s likely the shelter was associated with AdoptAPet.com. Over the years Adopt-A-Pet has helped place homeless pets in loving homes, and continues to do so with daily updates to their database.

Adopt-A-Pet’s adoption success comes from the joint efforts they maintain with shelters spanning the United States.

If you are considering adopting a pet from a shelter, Adopt-A-Pet covers every step in the pet adoption process, making it a valuable resource for anyone looking to rescue a pet.

Adopt a lifelong friend from an animal shelter

To look for your next pet, try the Adopt-A-Pet widget below, or visit their website.

 

  

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One Response to “Adopt A Pet Now”

  1. drea on 05 Mar 2013 at 9:52 pm #

    I recently adopted a purebreed siberean husky. The owner could not handle her and she was running down a busy street and was nearly hit by a car. My husband offered her a home and the owner jumped at the chance. We took her in, only to find out she had no training, was not house broken and had heartworm. She learned quickly and gets along well with my husky, who was close in age, but the hearworm is a problem and the cost is setting us back a lot of money. The dog is also not spayed, so we really have our hands full. I don’t want to put her to sleep. Are there any organizations out there that can help us with the cost of the medications or heartworm treatment, spaying or any of the costs? We really love this dog already.

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