Clayton Perlman: Why Adopt a Dog?

Clayton Perlman is a business owner in New Jersey who loves unwinding with his canine companions. Whether they’re walking through parks or relaxing by a lake, fishing, Mr. Perlman and his dogs have an unbreakable bond. Clayton Perlman is a business owner in New Jersey who loves unwinding with his canine companions. Whether they’re walking through parks or relaxing by a lake, fishing, Mr. Perlman and his dogs have an unbreakable bond.

Dog lovers like Clayton Perlman reap rewards such as improved mood, lower stress levels and healthier lives. Instead of buying a dog, consider the benefits of adopting a new family member from your local shelter like those touched on below:

• Save a Life

Every dog adopted is a life saved. With pet overpopulation at an all time high, shelters across the country (and world) are overflowing with trusting, loyal companions waiting for a family. What better way to do good in the world than to save a life? As a bonus, you’ll free up another space in a shelter, so another dog can have a second chance at a good life.

• Save Money

An adopted dog generally comes fixed and up-to-date on shots for less than the cost of a single vet visit. This is much more cost-effective than buying an expensive dog, leaving an adoptable dog in the shelter, and taking your new puppy for a series of pricey vet visits. Plus, most adoptable dogs are house-broken, which means you won’t have to clean up messes around the house.

• Fight Animal Abuse

Adopting a dog is one way to fight puppy mills and animal abuse. You’re also benefitting animals everywhere by aiding your local shelter, giving it a chance to grow and save even more lives.

If you’re not sure you’re ready to join dog owners like Mr. Clayton Perlman, consider fostering a dog to see how a canine companion fits in your household before you adopt.

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