The Pros And Cons Of Dog Adoption

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What do you think about when you think about family or better yet who do you think about? Do you think about the love and joy they bring to your life? In that family did you think about your pet, the family member that greets you every time you come home? Dogs are a constant companion, a loyal friend, a loving soul, but to many they have become more of a commodity than a member of our families. Every year more dogs are being abandoned, left on the streets to fend for themselves when they are no longer wanted or useful. If they are lucky dogs and puppies are taken to shelters or rehomed with a new family. Shelters, however, are not salvation, due to the overpopulation of domesticated animals there isn 't enough space for a dog to live out it 's full life span at a shelter. Although there are no kill shelters where dogs may live out their entire lives, there is not enough …show more content…
People that are interested in breeding would have to apply for an license through an application similar to the above mentioned adoption application. However breeders would be restricted to the number of dogs they may own/breed in one year. If they have a dog they no longer want to breed they must show proof of spay/neuter before being able to purchase another dog. There would be an overall limit of how many dogs may be owned at one time to avoid hoarding and overpopulation. Breeders would also go through the home inspection process how ever this would happen annually as breeders would be required to renew their license at end of each fiscal year dated from time of granted licensing. If the owner does not wish to renew their license, all dogs must be spay/neutered to avoiding fining per dog, unless the dog has veterinarian order that it can not undergo the

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