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5,ooo dollars wow so hard
I believe it is a non-profit organization.
It depends on the size of the animal shelter. Each animal adopted is usually a loss leader, so if you want to make money it may be the wrong industry to get involved with. If you want to make a difference, then you'll be doing it for the correct reason.
Each shelter has it's own price. Phone them to see if they have any specials on because they have an excess of one kind of animal or the other.
The upfront costs are not really the total cost. I have bought dogs, cats and horses from shelters for as little as $30.00. The cost of keeping a horse though, for example, is probably in the area of $200.00 a month when you add in hay, vet, farrier and feed. Make sure you can afford to keep the animal maintained correctly.
To open an animal shelter, you need money and fundraising skills. You also need a suitable building or a network of foster homes, volunteers, an affordable veterinarian, and marketing skills to get the animals adopted.
Usually $85.00 - $100.00 this cost should cover the spay/neuter of the animal and the initial immunizations. It is worth every penny to save a friend from the shelter! Their are so many awesome animals at the shelter at any given time.
be able to feel and relate to the animals
So that animal can get food and water and have shelter to live. It's so much easier for an animal to adapt to their habitat.
depends how much effort the shelter or foster dog owner puts into trying to convince people of adopting the dog.
Food and drink and shelter.
The best way to find an animal shelter is to look it up either online or in the phone book. To volunteer just go to the shelter you would like to spend time at and talk to the staff members they will guide you in the right direction to becoming a much needed voluneteer.