An unwanted dog can be taken to the local animal control facility, a humane society or a rescue. If originally obtained from a breeder, the dog can often be returned to the breeder.Know More
Because government-run animal control facilities are often overcrowded, animals that are surrendered by their owners are at high risk of euthanasia. Humane societies and no-kill shelters often accept unwanted dogs although many have waiting lists. Unwanted purebred dogs are often accepted by rescues specific to that particular breed.
Many breeders have policies in place that permit the return of a dog of their breeding at any time and for any reason. In addition, many rescues and humane societies have stipulations in their adoption contracts that require the adopter to return the dog to them if the adopter can no longer keep it.Learn more about Pets
Some cysts are painful for dogs and some are not as it depends on the type of the cyst as well as where it is located. One cyst, in particular, that is painful for dogs is the ear cyst, also known as chloesteatoma.Full Answer >
Dandruff is caused by dry skin and usually appears as white flakes. Luckily, dandruff in dogs is not dangerous and should be easy to treat through a combination of good grooming, pet oils, proper bathing and moisturizing.Full Answer >
The fee for adopting a dog at the Tahoe Vista Animal Shelter is $115 as of June 2014. This fee covers a heartworm test if the dog is over 6 months old as well as heartworm preventative pills and the necessary vaccines.Full Answer >
Some dog rescue organizations in Indiana are ALL Creatures Matter Rescue, All Things Dog Rescue and Adoption Center, and Heaven After Hell Rescue. Waldo's Muttley Crew, Animal House Shelter and ICARe Shelter rescue both dogs and cats. In addition, most counties in Indiana have chapters of the Humane Society.Full Answer >