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Adopting a Puppy or Dog From a Rescue Group

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Our definition of a rescue group is basically any formal or informal organization that takes in homeless pets and places them into foster homes until they can be adopted into their forever homes. These groups can vary anywhere from a large non-profit breed rescue that serves the entire nation with multiple regional coordinators, to one or two individuals who simply go to animal shelters and pull selected animals from there to bring into their own homes to foster until they can find permanant homes for these animals. Their goals are similar to animal shelters, but they function in very different ways. The biggest difference is that the animals live in foster homes instead of in cages inside a shelter. Because these groups vary so much from each other, some of the pros and cons listed below only apply to some of these groups.

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