Are You Ready to Be a Pet Owner?

Opening your heart and home to a homeless dog or cat is one of the most wonderful things you can do. Pets have been shown to decrease people’s blood pressure, increase lifespan and bring immeasurable happiness and joy—but only if you’re ready for the commitment.

Before taking the leap it’s important to ask
yourself a few key questions.

  1. Are you ready to make a 15+ year commitment to a dog or cat?
  2. Are you financially prepared to pay for food, toys, visits to the vet?
  3. Does everyone in your household agree that now is a good time to bring a new dog or cat into the family?
  4. Are you ready for the daily demands like walks, litter scooping, feeding, bathing, etc.?
  5. Have you researched what type of dog or cat would best fit your family, housing and lifestyle?

At Woods we want your adoption to be the perfect match and last a lifetime. If you’ve answered no to any of these questions, you might want to give more thought to the demands and requirements that come with a new pet.

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Opening Homes and Hearts to Homeless Pets
in San Luis Obispo County since 1955.