Our American Fork Veterinarian Team Loves Pet Adoption! Celebrate ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month This October
All around the country, millions of adorable animals are being housed in shelters awaiting their forever family! Sadly, many puppies and dogs never find a loving family to give them a good home. At the Utah Veterinary Hospital, our American Fork veterinarian team stands proudly behind the ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month every October because we believe it is so important and special to take care of these wonderful and forgotten canines.
The Importance of Pet Adoption
Pet adoption is humane and economical. Instead of spending thousands of dollars for a bred animal, you can adopt a wonderful, loving, and sweet dog for a fraction of the cost. Plus, adoption fees go to supporting your local shelters.
Shelter staff and volunteers play a huge role in protecting animals and your community. Their efforts help rescue animals from situations of abuse or neglect, minimize the occurrence of strays and feral dogs and cats, and help control pet overpopulation through low-cost spay and neuter.
The dog, the community, and you—when you adopt a dog, everybody wins!
About ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
It's always the perfect time to give a homeless shelter dog a place to call home, and this month is better than ever! Many shelters around the country are hosting the Adopt a Shelter Dog Month this October. Click here to find a shelter in your area!
Our American Fork vet team works closely with all local shelters to provide basic veterinary care for these homeless and deserving animals, including spay and neuters, vaccinations, wellness check-ups, and more.
Are You Interested in Adopting a New Canine Companion For Your Family? Contact Utah Veterinary Hospital Today
Our American Fork veterinarian team would be honored to help you on your journey to give a deserving puppy or dog a happy forever home! If you've recently adopted a pet and would like to schedule a pet wellness exam, contact our animal clinic now at 801-692-1563.