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Reasons To Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet

September 15, 2022

Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet Week starts September 19th. This is definitely a cause that means a lot to us. We think all animals deserve loving homes. However, some pets just have a hard time getting adopted. If you’re ready to bring a new furry companion into your household, you may want to consider a less than perfect pet. A Dawsonville, GA vet lists some reasons why in this article.


They Need It The Most

All of our animal companions have one thing in common: they really just want someone to love them and care for them. Giving one of these sad, unwanted pets a new lease on life won’t change the world, but it will change that pet’s world … and yours!


Nobody’s Perfect

Less adoptable pets are generally passed over due to no fault of their own. All sorts of wonderful, sweet pets can fall into this category. That includes pets that are partially or wholly deaf or blind; senior pets; pets that are missing ears, limbs, or tails; pets that are partially paralyzed; and pets with skin and coat issues. Certain breeds also have a hard time getting adopted. And, of course, some pets get passed over just because they’re a bit funny looking!


Love Changes Everything

There are many things to cherish about pets, but one of the best things about animals is their ability to love unconditionally. Unwanted pets are often extremely loyal and affectionate, simply because they’re so grateful to finally feel loved and safe.


A Special Experience

Many people say that the pets they’ve rescued have actually rescued them. It’s a wonderful experience seeing a sad, lonely pet shine and thrive and turn into a happy, beloved family member. This may turn out to be just as good for you as it is for your new furry friend! 


Advantages

Having a less adoptable pet may also offer some benefits. You may find that you get a discount on adoption, especially for a pet that’s been hard to place. In some cases, you may also find that less adoptable pets are actually easier to care for than other pets. Senior pets, for instance, don’t need much playtime or exercise, and usually spend most of their time sleeping.


As your Dawsonville, GA animal clinic, we’re happy to help you keep your pet happy and healthy. Contact us anytimes!

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