Adirondack Save A Stray

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This "rescue" mostly cares about earning $. What non profit animal group has a $250k revenue?!? They take puppies from the south and do not quarantine long enough to do a thorough evaluation. Many people comment how filthy the facility is.

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This "rescue" mostly cares about earning $. What non profit animal group has a $250k revenue?!? They take puppies from the south and do not quarantine long enough to do a thorough evaluation. Many people comment how filthy the facility is.

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I adopted a cat in 2012 and a kitten in 2014.My cat had issues that consisted with the symptoms of anxiety, this was due to a new home and eventully we figured it was fleas we ended up solving the issue and now she's healthy and happy. My

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I adopted a cat in 2012 and a kitten in 2014.My cat had issues that consisted with the symptoms of anxiety, this was due to a new home and eventully we figured it was fleas we ended up solving the issue and now she's healthy and happy. My

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In April 2009, my aunt and I went to get our puppy from ASAS. A friend of mind recommended them after they got their puppy from there in 2001. He's an awesome dog so I definitely thought it'd be worth the really long trip up there.

The

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In April 2009, my aunt and I went to get our puppy from ASAS. A friend of mind recommended them after they got their puppy from there in 2001. He's an awesome dog so I definitely thought it'd be worth the really long trip up there.

The

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I did a lot of research on dogs and different breeds before looking into what the shelters in my area had. I looked up ASAS based on a recommendation from a friend that adopted her puppy from there. I drove for an hour to the shelter and was greeted at the door. I had to different litters already in mind that I wanted to look at after looking on their website. I was pleased to learn that one of the litters had already been adopted. An employee led me into a room that had a litter of pups with their mom. They all looked good - just not yet old enough to be adopted. I fell in love with one of them and "reserved" him until he was old enough to be weaned. They called me a couple weeks later and said he had been given his shots and was ready to be taken home.
When I went to pick him up, they supplied me with a warm towel to take him out into the snow with, dvds, some cream for a minor skin irritation he had, heartworm medicine for the next month and a bag full of goodies and coupons. I was glad to see enthusiastic employess who knew the answers to all of my questions about all the dogs there.
My puppy had been rescued from Tennessee where he and his siblings and mother were doomed to the gas chamber before ASAS stepped in.
My pup did have a minor case of worms but was easily and inexpensively treated.
What made me feel even better was the phone call I got a month later asking how my puppy was doing. THey were happy to hear that he was socializing and adapting well to his new home. They also told me that not only were all the puppies in his litter adopted, but their mom was too.
I do recommend this shelter if you are looking to adopt a younger dog. The staff was great and friendly and the animals there seemed to be well taken care of."

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I did a lot of research on dogs and different breeds before looking into what the shelters in my area had. I looked up ASAS based on a recommendation from a friend that adopted her puppy from there. I drove for an hour to the shelter and was greeted at the door. I had to different litters already in mind that I wanted to look at after looking on their website. I was pleased to learn that one of the litters had already been adopted. An employee led me into a room that had a litter of pups with their mom. They all looked good - just not yet old enough to be adopted. I fell in love with one of them and "reserved" him until he was old enough to be weaned. They called me a couple weeks later and said he had been given his shots and was ready to be taken home.
When I went to pick him up, they supplied me with a warm towel to take him out into the snow with, dvds, some cream for a minor skin irritation he had, heartworm medicine for the next month and a bag full of goodies and coupons. I was glad to see enthusiastic employess who knew the answers to all of my questions about all the dogs there.
My puppy had been rescued from Tennessee where he and his siblings and mother were doomed to the gas chamber before ASAS stepped in.
My pup did have a minor case of worms but was easily and inexpensively treated.
What made me feel even better was the phone call I got a month later asking how my puppy was doing. THey were happy to hear that he was socializing and adapting well to his new home. They also told me that not only were all the puppies in his litter adopted, but their mom was too.
I do recommend this shelter if you are looking to adopt a younger dog. The staff was great and friendly and the animals there seemed to be well taken care of."

Pros: Happy puppy whose life I saved

Cons: small space, could become over crowded and/or dirty

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We got a puppy from Save a Stray and she is doing great! She had a few minor issues (ringworm, respiratory infection) in the very beginning but that should be expected when you are adopting an animal from a shelter. I do not hold Save a Stray accountable for these illnesses. I adopted from Save a Stray with intentions of saving a puppies life. And I felt I did so. I have several friends who have also adopted from Save a Stray with much success. You always run a risk when adopting a puppy from a shelter, but the reward of giving a stray animal a good home is worth it.

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We got a puppy from Save a Stray and she is doing great! She had a few minor issues (ringworm, respiratory infection) in the very beginning but that should be expected when you are adopting an animal from a shelter. I do not hold Save a Stray accountable for these illnesses. I adopted from Save a Stray with intentions of saving a puppies life. And I felt I did so. I have several friends who have also adopted from Save a Stray with much success. You always run a risk when adopting a puppy from a shelter, but the reward of giving a stray animal a good home is worth it.

Pros: You're saving an animal

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They do not know how to treat animals here because the owner thinks she's a Vet. Our puppy died because of her and refused to give back our "donation" or any vet bills. They earn money by stealing it from you.

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They do not know how to treat animals here because the owner thinks she's a Vet. Our puppy died because of her and refused to give back our "donation" or any vet bills. They earn money by stealing it from you.

Pros: none

Cons: all

 

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