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About Animal Shelter
When cats or dogs are abandoned or left astray and can't find a proper home, animal shelters pick them up to give them the care that they need. Shelters offer homeless animals the food and protection that they need. Shelters will then find new homes for these animals by offering them up for adoption. A lot of animal shelters are established by humane societies that wish to provide homeless animals with another chance for a good life. Animal shelters do extremely noble things which is why we must support them in any way we can.
North Shreveport Animal Hospital
850 Havens Rd, Shreveport, LA 71107(318) 424-8313 Write a review
Benton Road Animal Health Center
1636 Benton Rd, Bossier City, LA 71111(318) 746-2377 Write a review
Benton Road Animal Health Ctr
1636 Benton Rd, Bossier City, LA 71111(318) 746-7773 Write a review
Caddo Parish Animal Control
1500 Monty St, Shreveport, LA 71107(318) 226-6624 Write a review
North Bossier Animal Clinic
2258 Benton Rd, Bossier City, LA 71111(318) 746-6465 Write a review
Animal Emergency Clinic of Shreveport-Bossier Inc
2421 Line Ave, Shreveport, LA 71104(318) 227-2345 Write a review
Pierremont Hills Animal Hospital
935 E 70th St, Shreveport, LA 71106(318) 868-8493 Write a review
3727 E Texas St, Bossier City, LA 71111(318) 425-4623 Write a review
2146 Airline Dr Ste 400, Bossier City, LA 71111(318) 459-7502 Write a review
More on Animal Shelters
If you're thinking of getting a pet to add a new member to your family, you should really consider going to an animal shelter instead of a pet store. When heading to the shelter, it's a good idea to get yourself familiar with some of the most common words associated with these facilities to help you navigate their system more efficiently. Also note that there are animal rescue and shelters that have no-kill policies which means that they do not practice putting animals to sleep, so you may want to start here. Adopting animals from a shelter is a lot more inexpensive than buying one from a pet store. And the good news is, animal rescues or shelters will usually take care of the necessary vaccines for you so you won't have to worry about any shots that your new pet needs. They can even take care of "fixing" your pet for you if you want to prevent accidental breeding. Shelters are really great at taking care of strays, so when you adopt one from them you probably won't even tell the difference from a pet that was bought at a store or a stray. It's not uncommon for animal shelters to have pets that came from abusive homes. Abuse is one of the top reasons why pets become astray and end up in shelters. Do keep this in mind when adopting a pet from the pound or shelter. Most of these animals have lived very though lives so do your best to provide them with a loving and stable home.