Adopting a dog is a two-way process matching owners and dogs who are right for each other. Wise would-be owners are careful to choose dogs with energy levels and personalities suitable for their households, and reputable... More »

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One of the easiest ways to search for adoptable dogs is to use a pet adoption website, such as Petfinder.com or AdoptaPet.com. These sites let local shelters and rescues list pets and allow you to search based on locatio... More »

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Collies can be rough for adoption if the adopter does not possess the amount of patience needed. Someone who has the time and energy to train and exercise this dog would be best suited to adopt. More »

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Few adoption opportunities exist for police dogs, but potential owners can contact law enforcement agencies or buy trained police dogs from canine training academies and licensed police dog trainers. Online marketplaces ... More »

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The Golden Retriever Club of America National Rescue Committee offers resources to connect prospective owners with golden retrievers up for adoption throughout the United States. Information about golden retriever adopti... More »

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Pet adoption requirements vary from shelter to shelter. You can usually find this information on the FAQ page on your shelter's website. Most shelters have age requirements and adoption fees, but some may also impose add... More »

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One of the easiest ways to search for adoptable dogs is to use a pet adoption website, such as Petfinder.com or AdoptaPet.com. These sites let local shelters and rescues list pets and allow you to search based on locatio... More »

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