Many people remain in their homes amidst the coronavirus quarantine. Now, there was a report from a shelter saying that there has been an increase in the number of would-be adopters of the animals that are under their care.
– Many people across the United States are now adopting dogs and other animals.
– Most of them said they now have the time to train their dogs because of the quarantine period.
– One woman from California shared that…
According to Lucky Dog Animal Rescue, they usually find homes for 15 doggos during an adoption event. Recently, however, the number of adopted dogs and other animals skyrocketed to 40. During their latest event, they had 30 adoptions that lasted for only three hours. According to these new adopters, they finally have the time to train the dogs and other animals that they got from the shelter because of the quarantine period. The same reports have been told regarding the other shelters and organizations across the United States.
In Point Richmond, California, a woman has wanted to have a dog for years now. Eventually, on Tuesday last week, she adopted a two-year-old dog from the Milo Foundation Shelter. She shared that she is working from home now and she can definitely help her dog adjust to his new environment. She added, “Having a dog is going to force me to get up early in the morning, because at an absolute minimum, I have to let it out to pee.”
Read the detailed scoop by Kim Kavin here – https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/