Why does it seem like dog “rescue” organizations don’t want to adopt the animals out?
Question by : Why does it seem like dog “rescue” organizations don’t want to adopt the animals out?
I applied to adopt a dog from two rescues only to be rejected from each because I couldn’t provide vet references. This would be my first dog (first non-fish pet). I met one of the rescue workers and she really seemed like little more than a hoarder (someone really should rescue the dogs from her).
I insist on finding a puppy and am open to a variety of small to medium sized dog breeds. But now that two rescues basically scammed me out of a small application fee, I’m completely put off from contacting any rescue group. Leaving me to either wait for a pup to arrive at the local shelter (pups are adopted almost immediately), or, *groan*, buy a pup from a pet store.
Anyone else had bad experiences with “rescue” groups?
Yes i did make a note that this would be my first non-fish pet. This is because for the past 10 years I’ve been in school, renting, and moving around alot…. now I’m in a house that I own and plan to live in for a long while.
As a side note, I have been checking at 2 local shelters regularly. Just came back from one before posting. They did have great dane puppies, all but one were adopted or on hold. Puppies seem rare at the shelter. But, a great dane is too big for me anyway (being realistic).
Answer by corso
But some times they get cared away with all the hoops they make you jump threw,
They try to make sure you will respect the dog.
they only want whats beast for the dog.
I just buy 1 for that Very reason.
I bypass the middle man.
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