A dog kennel is a place where you can take your dog when you go on vacation or something. A dog shelter is where they house homeless dogs or dogs that were taken from their owners.
=Shelters rescue==+==Pounds capture=
The dog gets shelter, food and exercise from the human. The human gets companionship, exercise and 'warm fuzzies' from the dog.
The difference is simply the spelling of the word. The correct spelling for a canine is "Dog".
Akabash isn't a type of dog!!
It matters what dog pound you have.
in a dog pound or in a community shelter
the pound or animal shelter
the dog would live in a kennel. That is his shelter, If you would want to adopt a dog you would go to the pound
take it to the pound or animal shelter
In a local pet store such as petsmart. In a pound. A kennel. A dog shelter
They go to the pound or the cat/dog shelter or the RSPCA.
Your best bet would be to contact the animal shelter, and see if they have records on the dog. Some animal shelters Microchip their animals, which would be another way of identifying the dog, and the shelter it came from.
take care of it or bring it to a dog pound or animal shelter.
Dogs stay in the pound according to the company, they can stay for 2 weeks, 2 months, but it is super rare for them to like there for a year. If you see a harmless dog, you can take him/her from the pound and into a no-kill shelter. In conclusion the answer is: It depends on the pound.
I would say yes. Millions of dogs are killed in shelters or pounds every year. Getting a dog from a shelter/pound saves a life. Many shelter dogs are healthy and friendly, and are just down on their luck. You can absolutely get a perfect pet from a shelter. Even if you are looking for a specific breed of dog, there are many rescue groups throughout the country that are breed-specific. And breed-specific rescue groups often have dogs that are pure breds.
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