Furever Friend: What to Consider When Adopting a New Pet

As most pet lovers will agree, all pets are wonderful and deserve the best home and love anyone of us can give. Each is so deserving in their own special way. But when it comes to finding the right match, there are some differences between pets and people that can make for a match made in heaven (or the other direction). Not every pet is the right fit for you. There are variables to consider that can help make the match a perfect one.

Your friends at Barton Heights Veterinary Hospital want to point out some helpful considerations when adopting a new pet for a great addition to your family.

Ready, Set, Adopt!

One of the biggest hurdles to adopting the perfect pet for your family is understanding where you are coming from, what you expect, and whether or not you’re ready. Commiting to a pet is a lifelong decision, and many pets live up to 20 years. Pets are not only time-consuming in the best possible ways, but they are costly. 

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The More the Merrier: The Ins and Outs of Adopting a Pet

Adopting a pet is a great way to get a new pet instead of using a cat breeder or dog breederIf your house is feeling a little too empty, and you often wonder what it would be like to have a furry pet companion, adoption may be for you! There’s nothing like adopting a pet to make a house feel more like a home. However, adopting a pet requires careful consideration. Follow our recommendations to ensure your match is a successful one.

Finding Your Perfect Pet

Species and breed are top considerations when it comes to adopting a pet. For many, it’s easy to get lured into believing that a cute or trendy pet is the right choice for them. Unfortunately, this doesn’t take into account whether it’s an appropriate match for your fur friend.

For example, a small backyard may be limiting for a large, energetic breed. If you have a desire for a mellow pet, a young puppy may not be the best choice. Continue…

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