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Fast Facts: Why Dogs Need Help

Most dog owners “cannot afford the time” it takes to find their dog a new home.
Fewer homes are available because people are busier with less time to walk a dog.
People are often unwilling to provide “foster care” to dogs that have no behavior history
Many believe shelter dogs have behavior problems and therefore are less likely to be adopted.
There are few veterinarians and boarding kennels willing to give animal organizations “free” or substantially discounted kennel space.
There are more available large dogs and their lives are at risk at the shelters because the public is wanting small dogs.
7.Urban housing restricts the size of the animals in the home and apartments placing more dogs at risk.
Apartments are more strictly enforcing a “no pets” rule or “cats only” rule. There are fewer available homes for dogs.
Real Estate management companies simplify their property management by not allowing pets at all.
Private parties less frequently rent to dog owners.

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