Deciding to bring a pet into your home means a major change in lifestyle. Pet adoption should be a thoroughly considered decision and not a spur of the moment idea; especially considering this pet will be a part of your family up to the next 10 to 20 years. Therefore, it is imperative to consider the "for better and for worse" aspects of adoption before making any decisions.
It's no secret that having a canine comrade can bring immeasurable amounts of love and joy to your life. Now that you have decided to bring a four-legged friend into your home, what type of dog is right for you? Make sure you consider all the possibilities before selecting a pet that will be with you for a lifetime. And remember, we are always getting new dogs into the shelter so check back often for your perfect match.
Strong and independent or cuddly and playful, no matter your preference in feline fellowship, we have the cat to fit you. Each cat we take in has a unique personality and special needs so we encourage everyone to stop in to visit with our pets to see which one(s) are ideal for your lifestyle. And remember, we are always receiving new cats into the humane association so be sure to check back often for your next pet.
If you are considering adopting a pet other than a dog or cat, think about what role you want a companion to take in your life. Are you looking for someone to cuddle and show affection with or do you want an independent sidekick that keeps its own schedule? No matter what animal you decide to adopt, be certain you are ready to handle all the responsibilities that come with it. And remember, we are always receiving new animals into the humane association so be sure to check back often for your next pet.