Leann's Animal Rescue

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Finding the Perfect Pet Can Be Easy, But There Are Lots to Consider!

These days, there are so many pet choices that it can be difficult to decide on adopting.  Just one animal or to choose one type of animal over the other. You can get the urge to get them all when looking for a pet and we know why!

When looking for an animal addition to the family, it is too easy to get lost in a puppy’s cute eyes or be wrapped around a kitten’s swishy tail. You got to have a heart of steel to not want to cuddle up with a lovable animal – BUT WAIT. Adopting a pet is not just about finding the cutest or the cuddliest, it is all about finding the perfect pet match.

Yes! It is all about that amazing perfect match y’all!

Just like how things go in dating and finding a mate, finding your perfect match (in a pet) is not that easy as well but is certainly doable. All you have to do is set aside some time to think about what you should consider before adopting and work with that so you can find the perfect match for you.

Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does the Process Take?
The adoption process doesn’t take long but rehabilitation, behavioral testing, and vetting do. Once those things are completed, I look for the perfect match. I don’t go on a first come first serve basis.
I do what is best for the animal and try to adopt based on the best match for them. Match as in, If the dog is bad on a leash…The dog needs a fenced yard. If the dog is bad with men, I look for a manless home or one with a very gentleman. Pretty simple.
What Is the Difference Between Adopting and Fostering?

When you foster, you are doing similar to what I do. You take them in without knowing their behavior, health or true condition. You are the soldiers in rescue. You help me get them to and from the vet, help raise money, collect donations, train the dogs, keep them clean and headed towards a better life and future until an ADOPTER comes along and wants to give the animal a forever home. I ultimately go out and do home checks and make the final decision but always include my fosters as their hearts are in it too. An adopter is a new mommy or daddy. They take over possession and financial responsibility while keeping me involved. I want to be involved in all aspects of the remainder of these guys’ lives. I put in a lot and time and effort into these babies and they definitely become like my own. 

Will I need Additional Veterinarian Services?

I adopt these guys in great condition. They should only look and feel better once moving into your home. I do my best that you have no out of pocket expenses at the time of adoption other than my reasonable adoption fee and the items they need to live in your home. I always say, If I can keep them in the condition they’re in with all that I have going on, they should look even better with you. You do need to have an established vet or establish a vet at the time of adoption so that if something comes up, you have somewhere to take them for treatment. 

Can I keep the animal at time of the meet and greet?

If all requirements are met, we do bring everything out to the meet and greet process so that the adoption process can be completed at the same time. This is to avoid extra costs of traveling. There is a legal contract that gets signed by the adopter and no one ever has ever had problems with the conditions. If you are a good loving pet owner, It should be simple to fulfill.  

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