CLAY WENT HOME!
Clay went home to his permanent family and now has a beautiful kingdom where he reigns.
His family has given him a lovely name. He is now called “Chicory”. Chicory’s case is a perfect example of putting a life at risk by not involving and adoption coordinator in the rehoming process. There are few things that l would like to mention to everyone who think they can rehome a dog without any adoption coordinator.
So first thing first, let me make it clear DO NOT TAKE A RESPONSIBILITY OF A PET when you’re unsure about your stability factor.
Second, involving an adoption coordinator to screen families just ensure that a dog/puppy is going to a home best suited for him. And no adoption coordinator charges for screening.
For those who are not familiar, “adoption coordinators” are basically people experienced in rehoming dogs and have been doing it for years.
Let THEM do their job.
Last thing, dogs are not a commodity.
They are a child who will never move out and get a job. They will remain dependent on YOU so when you adopt a dog you’re signing a contract to feed them, provide vet care and take their responsibility.
Coming to what happened with Chicory, his first family was in such hurry that they gave him away who ever came first. Adoptions are not done on first come first serve basis. There is a standard protocol to follow.
Within a day his second family realise that a puppy won’t suit their lifestyle.
So, Chicory was put on adoption again. This time by his second family.
So before this stunt was attempted again, l took Chicory from them. And started working on his adoption.
And I soon found a P-E-R-F-E-C-T family for him.
A responsible family who will never put him for adoption again.