Blog The Change

Blog the Change

First, let me say that I will never judge you for choosing to bring a dog into your family from a breeder or from an adoption/shelter operation. I believe you are old enough (and smart enough) to make your own decisions on important matters such as dog acquisition, but I’m finding that there are many people out there viciously berating owners who go through breeders.  In case you don’t know, there are many dogs in need of rescuing, in need of caring adoptive owners, in need of love; however, not every breeder or dog rescue/shelter will fit into every family that is looking for a dog.

As you may or may not be aware, I have two wonderful dogs that are from two very different walks of life – one a pure-bred from a breeder, and another a pure-bred RESCUE that was given up by its owner – and I love them both with all of my heart. That will never change!

Last time for ‘Blog the Change,’ I shared with you Penny’s adoption story.  This time I thought I would round up (virtually, not physically!) all of the adoptable dogs at my local animal shelter (The SPCA for Monterey County) and share them with you – just in case you are in the area and are looking for a dog to adopt.

Here is more information if you are considering adoption a dog from the SPCA for Monterey Country. 

Dogs and Puppies:

From $65.00 to $290.00. Includes; spay/neuter surgery, microchip identification, rabies vaccination, Canine Influenza (H3N8) vaccination, and other vaccinations appropriate to age, SPCA identification, health evaluation, and more. When you visit the SPCA to meet your potential new dog or puppy, please bring all family members and current dogs with you to make sure the whole family agrees on your new adoptee.

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Social Media Links for Monterey SPCA

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