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Owning a dog is a common trend and one that people rush into. Most people have busy lives and don’t have the time to properly care for one or two dogs. Consequently many of these dogs end up in rescue shelter facilities. Dog rescue centers differ in type from safe haven and no-kill facilities, to sizable community facilities run by the local Humane Society, to rescues dedicated to a specific breed. Centers also vary with their adoption guidelines and these can typically be found on the organization’s website. If you care about homeless dogs and want to help, many of dog rescues are in need of volunteers and monetary donations.

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The majority of people have heard about the pet overpopulation dilemma in the United States. The amount of overpopulation and humane euthanasia used to control the problem is appalling. Depending on the source, the annual figures for animals being euthanized range from four million to 15 million. However, we can combat this serious problem with two solutions: spay and neuter pets and adopt homeless animals.

Like many other industries, animal adoption groups are using the Web to reach a larger audience. This gives people the convenience to view photos and read descriptions of available dogs. Dogs found in rescue shelters are there for a variety of reasons. Some of these reasons include: dogs rescued from abuse or neglect, owners moving and cannot take their dog, or the owner becomes ill and can no longer care for the dog. There are also many breed rescue groups if you are looking for a particular dog.

Most online rescue and shelter groups are nonprofit. These groups are frequently in need of supply and monetary donations, along the volunteers. It is important to help support these groups, so they can continue their important work. If you are interested in helping, look for the ‘how you can help’ links found on many shelter sites. Here are a couple of websites to help you get started with your www.dog shelters search: http://www.petfinder.com/ & http://www.1-800-save-a-pet.com/.

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If you are searching for an online dog adoption website then you will be able to locate one by using your choice of search engine and typing “online pet adoption”. The results will come back with a number of sites to choose from. The better sites that offer online pet adoptions will allow you to search by zip code. Having the ability to search by zip code will show you the available dogs in your area. These sites will also give you the option to search for a specific breed, size, age and sex. Many of these sites make dog adoptions online easy and keep their fees low, usually under $100.00. So, go online today and save a dogs life.