Tag : Dog Adoption

What To Expect The First Month After Adopting A Dog

First of all Congratulations on adopting a new furry friend or maybe you're just doing your research before diving in! Bringing a dog into your home is an exciting and rewarding experience. Yet it can also come with it's own set of challenges for both you and your new furry friend. You might even ask yourself if adopting a dog was the right decision? But, keep in mind the first month with

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Meet Krypto!

Meet Krypto! Krypto is a tenacious, loving, and energetic boy who enjoys hanging out with his pet parents, or dog and cat fur friends! He just wants to love and to be loved. He would make a GREAT FAMILY MEMBER, BOYFRIEND, BROMANCE, TRAVEL COMPANION, or WINGMAN! Plus, he has a little SISTER named Petunia, proven by DNA! We have run a DNA test on all our dogs even the fosters! Plus the cat through Wisdom Panel &

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Adopting vs. Buying: Why Rescue Dogs & Cats Matter

Choosing Adoption: The Benefits of Rescuing a Dog or Cat Over Buying from a Breeder Why is adopting pets better than buying them? When considering adding a furry friend to your family, the decision to adopt a rescue dog instead of buying from a breeder can have a profound impact, not only on the life of the dog but also on your own. Plus, Don't you ever wonder... What happens to dogs who don't get adopted? Why shoul

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The 3-3-3 rule for adopting a dog (or cat)

What is The 3-3-3 Rule for adopting pets? At Birdies Doghouse we know that adopting a new dog (or cat) can be an exciting and rewarding experience. However, we also know that it can be overwhelming and stressful for both the dog and you the new owner. That's why we recommend following the 3-3-3 rule when bringing home a newly adopted dog. What is the 3-3-3 rule for adopting a dog or cat? If you are new to Adoptin

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Meet Wilma!

Wilma: A Tale of Fostering and Heartache Wilma, a sweet senior dog of unknown origin, entered my life unexpectedly, leaving an indelible mark on my heart. Here's her story...   Profile: Senior Dog 10 lbs Neutered Mixed Breed Female 10 years old   Introduction to Wilma: Wilma was discovered as a stray or a runaway in a local park. The name "Wilma" wasn'

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10 Tips to Prepare for Adopting a Dog

10 Tips For Adopting A Dog (to Get Prepared): Adopting a dog can be overwhelming if you don't know where to begin, but bringing home a pup is also fun and exciting! Trust me we know at Birdies Doghouse because we have adopted several dogs and currently have 4 of them! Adoption is a milestone as the first bonding moment of many between you and your new furry friend. But, if you're not prepared with these Tips

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