Adopting a pet should not be an impulse decision. Don't be swayed by their excited wiggles, pink tongues and fuzzy coats.
(PRWEB) April 27, 2011
Save Pets by Adopting Them is a strategy that veterinarian Dr. Rebecca Westbrook believes everyone can benefit from. Contrary to mainstream media reports, Dr. Westbrook maintains that every home is not a perfect fit for each animal.
A Dallas veterinarian dedicated to compassionate care, Dr. Westbrook believes that several things should be considered before a person or family adopts a pet.
In an interview with publicist Tatyana Gann, Dr. Westbrook states, “Each pet has a personality unique to them and every effort should be made to match that personality with the right family setting.”
Dr. Westbrook wishes there were more programs that provided animal lovers with information on how to save pets by adopting them, as well as what things to look for when deciding upon a new pet.
In fact, Dr. Westbrook emphatically suggests, “Adopting a pet should not be an impulse decision. Don't be swayed by their excited wiggles, pink tongues and fuzzy coats. Every adopted pet deserves an owner that has carefully considered what attributes will allow them to be a wonderful companion for years to come.”
Dr. Rebecca Westbrook, owner of a mobile veterinarian service, suggests that potential owners heed the following advice when providing a home for a pet:
- Plan ahead. Carefully consider what you want and make a list of the qualities you would like your new pet to have.
- Bring a friend with you who is not easily swayed by a pretty face, but who can help you impartially evaluate each potential pet for adoption.
- Consider the independence of a pet and how much attention they will require.
- Determine the financial responsibility that assuming a pet will take.
In order to save pets, it is important that all factors be considered before making the final decision. As Dr. Westbrook cites, “You do not want to adopt just any pet, you want to adopt the right pet.”
Savvy pet owners will take advantage of Dr. Rebecca Westbrook’s save pets adoption tips.
To set an appointment with Dr. Rebecca Westbrook, visit her website today at http://www.lovingpawshousecalls.com/.
For compassionate pet owners who want to understand the process of hospice and euthanasia veterinarian services, contact Dr. Rebecca Westbrook at http://www.lovingpawshousecalls.com
For media inquiries: Dr. Rebecca Westbrook is available for expert quotes and interviews.
Contact Publicist Tatyana Gann at smokinhotpr(at)gmail(dot)com, phone: 615.354.7265