What do you do if your pet is no longer suitable for you?
Do you have to give up your pet on the street or in your home?
Here are some tips to help you decide how best to dispose of your pet.1.
What you should doIf you find a pet that you’re happy with but you don’t want to let it go, then there are a few things you can do.
If your pet was previously neutered or neutered and then found to be unhealthy, or if it was euthanized because of illness, the Humane Society of the United States has a list of recommended methods to dispose the animal.1) Remove the pet from the premises2) Take it to the vet3) Give it a shot in the vetTo find out what other steps you can take to ensure your pet’s health, visit the Humane SPCA website and click on the tips section.4) Contact the shelterIf you or your loved one has been told by someone at a shelter that their pet is sick, then you might be in luck.
The Humane Society has a free, online contact form for people to contact if they have concerns about their pet.
You can find more information about euthanizing pets on their website, and the website of the American Humane Association (AHA), a trade group for animal welfare.
You can also call them at 1-800-528-5242.5) Call your local Humane SocietyIf your local animal shelter doesn’t have a pet shelter, but they have a list on their home page, then the Humane League of America (HLA) has a resource page that lists some of the best options for finding the perfect pet for you.
You’ll need to go to the home page of the shelter and look at the section called “Where to find pets”.
You can also check with the Humane Association of Georgia to find out where they may have available a pet.