For those who are looking for Pomeranians for adoption, one of the places that you can try to visit is a rescue named Finding A Best Friend Rescue. The purpose of the rescue is to raise people’s awareness about animal cruelty and encourage them ti take part in eradicating this problem. Everyone is this rescue wants to find all the rescues a forever home that provides them with all the love, stability, and structure that they need and deserve.
Finding A Best Friend Rescue actually looks forward t the day that they will go out of business. When that time happens, it means that every animal, including Pomeranians, in this world has already been save from the cruelty and can sleep in comfort, being lavished with love by the pet owners who truly care for them.
Finding A Best Friend Rescue provides rescue care and rehabilitative services to the abandoned and abused dogs in the Stockton area. Aside from that, this rescue also offers foster care and process their adoption placement to the new homes.
How to find a Pomeranian to rescue in Finding A Best Friend Rescue? First of all, you have to visit the official website of Finding A Best Friend Rescue. When you are in the homepage, some menus that located at the top center of the page. you just have to click “Find A Pet”, click “Find A Dog”, choose “Pomeranian” in the breed category, and hit the Enter button. you can also minimize your search by entering the size, the age, the gender, and so on.
If you have a plan to adopt a Pomeranian from Finding A Best Friend Rescue, here are some things that you have to take a note before applying for adoption. First, you must be over the age of 21 to adopt. Second, the application must be completed (all the questions have to be answered or automatic denial), including the background check to verify that the applicant does not have any animal abuse charges against).
This background check has t be submitted alongside the application. Third, the identification card or license is required and picture of it has to be submitted with the application and used to do the background check. Fourth, home check. This one includes every room (including backyard-broke fence boards) in the home that are checked for things that can be harmful to the puppies such as rat traps, poison, wires, and many more. fifth, all current pets must be spayed or neutered and current on vaccinations. Sixth, if you are renting, you must show the lease or letter from landlord approving this specific pet.
Adopting is not 100% free. In this rescue, there is an adoption fee that must be given in cash or venmo. This kind of adoption fee covers the spay or neuter, vaccinations, microchip, flea and tick treatment, deworming, and heartworm test for the puppy over 1 year old, Gardia and Parvo tests for all puppies. It is all for the good cause.