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Small dog rescue nc
I am interested in finding an apartment in North Carolina for a small dog. I am from the Midwest and this dog may be smaller than the size that I prefer. The dog will be in good health and has no health issues. I don't have children and am planning to move to NC in the spring. I have heard that NC is a good state to be in for a small dog. Would you recommend this area for a small dog or would you recommend somewhere else?
There is a whole breed rescue right here in North Carolina, they were founded about 10 years ago and they do some great work with rescue dogs. They have a facility that houses dogs when their owner is relocating. They will look into the dog's history, temperament, and health. They also do some good health work with the dogs, including spaying and neutering.
I agree with everyone saying the dog shouldn't be left alone for long periods of time. However, we have been fostering dogs for years and we have had dogs left alone for several days and nights. The dog is fine. The foster parents are well trained. You have to realize that they are the ones who are most likely to be left alone.
We have to deal with these issues all the time here. But I think it is best to get into the right environment for the dog, to get some training to help with the issue, and to get the dog's medical attention to correct any underlying health issues.
If you are looking for a home, there is no way you will find one for a tiny dog. I think you need to start thinking about adopting a rescue dog. There are plenty of them available.
There are several areas in NC where you can find a good home for a small dog, one is near a small town, like Asheville or Hickory, but the bigger cities are also good places. The important thing to look for is a good boarding facility. I would check out the Small Animal Rescue Association, they do a great job of providing rescue dogs and boarding dogs. http://www.sares.org/
You will be happy with a rescue dog, especially a small dog, who knows how to be a house pet.
I would say that if you're willing to live with a dog you're used to then NC is an ok place. If you're looking for an apartment that's for sure not the place for a small dog.
If you are interested in adopting a rescue dog, I would suggest you check out the S.A.R.E. Association's web site. They have a whole section of dogs available for adoption.
Another thing to consider is that a lot of these dogs were kept as family pets when they were puppies and are used to people and other dogs. You might be surprised at how social they are.
The last thing I would recommend is to find out more about the local animal shelters to see how many dogs and cats are available. Many shelters will have "puppy and kitten" events where you can go to the shelter and meet some of the available dogs.
We are looking into adopting a puppy. We live in North Carolina. Do you think that would be a better place for us than the other states that you mentioned? If so, which state would be a better place?
The thing that is good about this area is that there are a lot of good rescues right here. I think they would be the best to go through. They can give you some basic information and tell you where the dogs are coming from and what problems they had to fix.
The other thing is that, if you do decide to adopt a puppy, it is easier to get the puppy into the new home since there is a lot of traffic. I think NC is probably better than the others, but the puppy should make it just fine no matter where you are.
As far as the other states, you should do your research to find out where the best rescues are and the ones that you can trust. Then go through the S.A.R.E. Association or other rescues to see what they recommend.
I agree with everyone about finding the best rescue to go through. The problem is that some people just go to a shelter and get the dog there without doing any research first. They think that just because they saw the dog there that is the best choice, even if they aren't sure about the dog or the location. I think that you have to be more careful than that.
Do not buy a puppy from a pet store or other commercial animal shelter. They can be unreliable and get the dog in just so they can make a few bucks. Look for a reputable animal rescue group or shelter.
I agree with the poster that said that if you are going to get a small dog, it may be easier to get one that has already been housebroken. It takes a lot of training, and if