Animals have no say in their lives. It is who gets their hands on them first. They have no control if they are beat, neglected, bred, not trained. It is up to us, the human race to protect, serve and support them. And sadly some end up in the wrong hands. Only 15% of animals live in their original home they were first given. This statistic is scary to me. Dogs/cats are just being passed around like it doesn't matter.
Spaying and neutering is key! This stops overpopulation, puppy mills, and lets dogs live the lives they were intended for. To be happy, healthy and loved. Not bred over and over until they have nothing left to give or beat, neglected and broken down.
In 6 years one unspayed female and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs.
The cost of having a pregnant female is much highter than the cost of spaying
Each day 10,000 humans are borin in the USA and each day 70,000 puppies and kittens. As long as this birth rate exists, there will never be enough h
Happy Paws Rescue is not just looking for good homes. We are looking for great, excellent homes. We are looking for homes:
that are looking for new family members
are ready to commit to that 10,15 and 20 years
spay and neuter
knows that these are rescue animals. They are not perfect and may take some time to adjust to their new family, home.
Indoor homes! Dogs do not like looking through windows, out in the elements day in day out. Alone.
Have the time, love, space and money it takes to care for an animal. If something were to happen medically-- they can't save their own lives. Their lives are in your hands! So we need people who care.
The first step in adoption is to give us a call the day you are able to come and meet your potential new family member and take them home.