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When you adopt, you save a life. When you buy a pet, it supports cruel breeding mills. There are more than 7 lakh stray dogs in Bangalore who need love and forever homes. If you adopt, you can find a dog that is unique and fits your personality. Adoption is cheaper than buying a dog. An adopted pet is as loving and loyal as a purchased one. After all, money can't buy love.
After filling out the adoption form and spending some quality time with the dog, you are free to take the pet home. The whole process will take anywhere from 30 mins to 2 hours. This is followed by home visits by a Sarvoham representative to check up on the dog.
Every dog is different. When you spend some time with them, you will understand their temperament and nature. You will need to select a dog based on the space available in your home, how much exercise and outdoor play they need, if they prefer the company of other dogs etc. You can get more information about this from the adoption counselor at Sarvoham shelter.
Most of the dogs were brought in because they are sick or met with an accident. Some dogs were abandoned by breeders after they were of no use to them. A few were left by their previous caregivers for unknown reasons. Every dog at Sarvoham shelter is vaccinated, dewormed and undergoes regular health check ups.
Usually, the dog will take 3-6 weeks to get to know you and settle down in the new environment. It is recommended that you take this time to make your pet comfortable with the surroundings and give them time to adjust to this change. This can be challenging at times, and being patient and understanding your dog's needs will help. Please consult the adoption counselor for any advice.
Yes, you will need to pay 2,500/- rupees to adopt a dog. This covers the neutering, vaccinations and deworming.
When you adopt, you are making a commitment with the dog for an entire lifetime. You will be the primary caregiver for your pet. Talk to your family and include them in the decision making process.
Choose a pet appropriate to your living situation. Consider the size, age and energy level of the pet so that both of you are a better match.
Bring your pet when you have sufficient time off so you can help them to adjust and become comfortable in the environment.
Regular exercise, stimulation and quality time with you are a must!
Take your pet to the vet for a full check up.
The well being of your pet has to be considered when making important life decisions like relocating to another city, having children, travelling etc.