Adopting a Pet From The Street

Seeing a lot of homeless animals on the street isn’t something new. The situation is even worse if you know that in some countries this is a serious problem. In fact, there are millions of homeless animals. People take them and bring them home, but still, there are too many animals who live on the streets. If you saw a small dog or a cat on the street and you want to provide a home for him, this is a great decision. However, there are certain things you will have to know before you do this.
The most important thing you must know is never take an adult animal! Adult dogs can be aggressive and even dangerous. You cannot change their behavior so you should avoid them. The situation is slightly better with adult cats. On the other side, a puppy or a kitten is safe option.
Before you decide to take your new pet home, take him to the veterinarian. He must perform certain test in order to see is your new pet healthy. In some cases you can leave him for longer observation. Only when your pet is completely healthy, you can bring him home.
Many of homeless animals didn’t have enough food. This means they are hungry. The common mistake is to give them a lot of food, more than they can eat. Feed your small pet regularly and give him the recommended amount of food. Fleas are another big problem. There are several products on the market that can help you with this. Don’t forget to play with your pet and try to socialize him. This is a long process but you can do it.

 

 

 

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