Are you familiar with breed rescue? Have you ever found a dog for yourself? They are great. If you want to adopt a particular breed of dog, then breed rescue is the place for you. Most breed rescue services work closely with the local shelter to place their respective breeds in good homes.
There is a rescue service for almost every breed of dog. So how do you find the rescue of the dog of your choice? It’s easy: just go to Google and enter “MY dog rescue in MY CITY (or in my state)”, of course make sure you enter the breed you are looking for instead of “my breed”. You will appear. For example, of course, not every city has a Labrador rescue, but if you are in a big city, there is probably one, otherwise it is not too far away.
Some people think that adopting a purebred rescue dog is too difficult because they ask too many questions and have too many restrictions. That may be true, but it’s all for the good of the dog. To put it simply: These dog lovers really care about their breed and want to do everything they can to ensure that the dogs in their care find the perfect home. Don’t feel like they’re being hard on you, but appreciate the fact that they really care about dogs.
So far we have talked about finding a dog through rescue, but what if for some reason you actually have to house a dog? Is a rescue the right place for that? Absolutely!
If you need to find a home for a breed of dog, rescuers are the right place to go, mainly because of their caring attitude and determination to find the perfect home for every dog. They certainly don’t put dogs to bed because they have too many, and they work tirelessly to raise funds for veterinary care or surgery that a rescued dog may need.
Of course, none of us ever want to abandon a dog, but when the need arises, these rescued dogs are the place to turn.
If you love dogs, you can even get involved and become a foster home for the rescue of your favorite breed. They are always looking for volunteers who can help the dogs in their care.
So if you are looking for an adoption or just trying to find a home for a dog, try to save your local breed and I know you will be happy.