Sandy Doscher had everything except given up hope for finding a canine. The canines she had found online would get gathered up before she could have the chance to be able to claim them. She started to grapple with not ever to find a canine for herself and her husband, Herb, as well.
With hopes that nearly comes to deplete, a colleague of hers referred to her to Linda Daniels-Blatchley, who has been running a Facebook page known as "Pet Matches for Villagers and Area."
Pet Matches for Villagers and Area is not considered a rescue organization but it is a Facebook page that works to scan rescues, shelters, and individuals who need to rehome their pet, and then posts them on their page.
It is to help everyone to find rescue canines and felines that you may want to adopt and place your re-homing pets. There's no such charge fee for the service, and the Facebook group doesn't allow "for sale" animals.
According to Doscher, it was the perfect move at the right time. He was almost to give up looking for a pet. His wife, Linda, called him and said she has a dog for him.
In May, a 3-year-old terrier-Chihuahua mix, named Lulu finally came to the Doscher household.
Animal care centers said dog adoption has doubled this pandemic. There are in fact more consumer demands than the dogs and puppies up for adoption, according to shelters, non-profit rescues, and pet stores. The waiting list has even extended until 2021.
While some open their hands for adoption, there are also some who are willing to spend a penny to have a furry friend. Shiba Inu, an independent and brilliant breed, for instance, costs around $1, 200 to $2, 500. Shiba dogs popularity has increased over the past years. In the past, a Shiba Inu puppy
cost no more than $1, 000.