Puppies for Sale? Where NOT to buy puppies, How to identify responsible breeders
PAWS advocates the adoption of dogs/cats from animal welfare organizatons, animal shelters or the pound in order to help and give homeless animals a 2nd chance at life. We do not support the retail sale of pets. Should you be open to adopting from us at the PAWS shelter and caring for a dog that has been rescued/rehabilitated from cruelty/neglect, do visit us during PAWS Office Hours 10am-12nn, 1pm-5pm Mondays to Saturdays except holidays. Our adoption procedure can be found here: http://www.paws.org.ph/adopt.html Our shelter animals are vaccinated, dewormed, behavior-assessed, with tick & flea preventives, and spayed/neutered already when they go home with their approved adopters. Just to manage expectations, we do not often have purebreeds at the shelter because it is the Aspins (asong pinoy or native dogs) who are most often neglected and more abused. We campaign for the eradication of breed consciousness among pet owners as we believe that regardless of their breed, every dog deserves a loving forever home. If the PAWS shelter (located only in QC) is far for you, you may inquire about adopting from SAWS (Strike Animal Welfare Society) in Cavite.
If you have done your research about the breed and are determined to bring a Beagle into your home, then you may search online about how to identify a responsible breeder and inquire with friends who own Beagles or PCCI to start. You will not find responsible breeders posting and advertising online such as in OLX or Facebook. You will also not find a responsible breeder from pet shops (including Tiendesitas, Cartimar, Bioresearch, etc). We have received many reports from pet owners who have gotten their pets from these sources and sadly, their pets are always sick or end up passing away or do not turn out the way they expected or were promised by the seller.
For your guidance, kindly read:
Is it ok to buy from a pet shop?
5 Reasons Why Adoption Is A Better Option
Puppies for Sale: Where NOT To Buy Your Puppy
How to identify a responsible breeder
Please consider adoption from a shelter/pound as your first option.
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