These are rescue dogs, homeless. There is such promotion into finding theese animals a home so they dont get put down ect. But they all want adoption fees of $285 and up. I can buy a non recuse dog for that. I think this is a little counterproductive. Am I alone in that thought?Answer Question
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I got my dog for 75.oo this included shots, neuter, microchip, health exam, and 1 weeks supply of food. I would go to petfinder.com, you type in what you want to pay and where you're located, ect. and the hook you up with what's there. If they let you have the dog free then they can't afford to take in more dogs and rescues. If I had bought mine from a pet shop, he would've been a couple hundred...THEN a few hundred to get fixed, about 80.00 for shots, a couple hundred for the micro chip, 65.00 for the health exam...ect. It really comes out WAY CHEAPER when you break it down.
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