Keep Your Pet
Although our service can help you find a new home for your pet, we’d much rather help you guys stay together. We know that having a pet isn’t always easy, but did you know that there are many resources out there that can help? We’ve collected some of them below, grouped by the type of help they provide.
If you need help paying for vet bills, RedRover.org has a comprehensive directory of national and state-specific financial aid resources.
Here’s some advice about other ways to cope with unexpected veterinary costs.
If you keep your pet, you may want to acquire veterinary insurance. Here’s why.
The ASPCA’s offers this tool to help you locate low-cost spay/neuter providers in your area.
Adopt-a-Pet.com’s experts have assembled a huge selection of tips and advice for solving behavior challenges. Here are some of the most-read articles from our Pet Behavior article library.
Housetraining Your Dog or Puppy
Stop Singing the Housebreaking Blues
How to Crate Train your Puppy or Dog
Introducing Your Dog to the Crate (Video)
Help, My New Dog Escaped From Her Crate
Stop Your Dog’s Territorial Marking Inside
How Pads Can Help When Housetraining Your Dog
My Dogs Don’t Like Strangers Coming Over. What Should I do?
Help! My new dog is too aggressive (or active, or noisy)
Ben: An Aggressive Dog Case Study (From Clickertraining.com, a fabulous resource)
Stop On-Leash Barking & Aggression Toward Other Dogs
Swapping Scary for Sit (a tip for dealing with fearful dogs in general)
Introducing Your New Dog to Other Dogs in the Home
Keeping the Peace in a Multi-Dog Home
6 Steps to Introducing Cats and Dogs
How to Solve Your Cat Litterbox Problems
Litter Box Training Saves Lives!
Tips to Stop Your Cat From Spraying
What Can You Do if Your Cat Bites You?
Is Your Kitten Biting You or Playing Too Rough?