1. You’ll get better background info. You may learn more about the dog you’re adopting when you adopt from a shelter – including their background, energy level, and how they might get along with other pets.
2. You can adopt a dog that’s already been spayed or neutered. Shelter dogs are usually already spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and sometimes even microchipped. This can save you a lot of money, which you can then spend on toys for your new dog.
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