Christ Yoder Tue, 09 Aug 2022 17:48:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Christ Yoder 32 32 Looking to adopt a four-legged bestie? Visit these NH huts Tue, 09 Aug 2022 17:48:51 +0000

Words cannot describe how much our pets mean to us.

They are our best friends, close companions, and often (not to mention, always) better listeners than people. A pet can bring so much joy to your life, enriching it for the better.

We would never pass up the opportunity to brag about our pets and their friendliness. Here is a picture of this writer’s cat. Her name is Emmie and she deserves to be bragged about all the time. Why? Look at her. She is precious.

Megan Murphy, Townsquare Media

Megan Murphy, Townsquare Media

The decision to adopt an animal is important. Before visiting your local animal shelter, it is important to think carefully about the commitment that being a pet parent entails, whether in terms of time, money, logistics, your life stage, etc. It’s essential not to be impulsive, even though we know it’s fun. imagine bringing a four-legged friend into your home.

Either way, once you’ve decided to adopt a pet and purchased the necessary supplies, the next step is to find your new friend. Fortunately, the Granite State is full of animal shelters with an abundance of dogs, cats, and other animals ready to be encountered. Somewhere there is a good boy or a good girl who just might end up becoming your best friend.

We know that there are unfortunately sketchy and inhumane pet shops that should not be taken care of. So we reached out to locals to ask about some of the best animal shelters in the state of New Hampshire. Let’s take a look at their recommendations.

Looking to adopt a furry, four-legged bestie? Visit These 14 New Hampshire Animal Shelters

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Regarding pets, are you a dog, cat or ostrich? Yes, ostrich. You might be surprised what pets you are legally allowed to own depending on the state you live in. Here is a list of 13 pets that you can surprisingly own in the state of Maine.

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Adoption center making adjustments to help dogs Tue, 09 Aug 2022 09:50:19 +0000

ZANESVILLE — Despite some growing pains, the Muskingum County K-9 Adoption Center is up and running.

“The building was a huge success,” Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz said. “We’re in a more modern, updated, larger facility. It’s light years away from where we were.” The new facility opened to the public in February.

As with most new construction, Muskingum County Commissioner Mollie Crooks said, there are still bugs to work out. Stewards tried to be cost conscious, Crooks said, and to use materials they felt would work in place of more expensive stainless steel kennel walls. “But things don’t always go as planned,” she said.

Some dogs were able to chew through the plastic walls of some kennels, damaging them. It was initially thought that doors with opaque lower halves would help reduce noise, but this was found to not help dog behavior. “One volunteer compared it to isolating dogs,” Crooks said.