O’Neal Scott shares “I’ve been watching the trends for decades and there is a reduction in the number of euthanized dogs. However, the number of surrendered dogs dropped into a system doing it’s best to provide shelter, stabilize and re-home the dogs is still way too high. Many dogs just don’t fare well in the systems and it’s meant to be a temporary solution at best. Yet there are dogs who spend years languishing in crates and runs without a home and family. Solutions and information are coming!” (See statistics here: https://news.orvis.com/dogs/pet-adoption-statistics-the-numbers-behind-the-need#comment-82919718)
Angel Dog has committed its resources and hours in the process of creating programs and systems to work with both adopters and adoptees. The commitment to this new program of duel focus will result in increasing the number of puppies getting adopted into a lifetime family from the start. We plan to start small and get all the programs on point and strong results and hold firm the long-term goal of the substantial reduction in the number of surrendered dogs.
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