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    Pet Supplies Plus

    20020 Ashbrook Commons Plz, St 150, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +17038587108

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    Whole Pet Central- Ashburn

    43330 Junction Plz, Ste 176, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +17037244319

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    Doggone Natural

    44031 Ashburn Shopping Plz, Ste 287, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +17038581112

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    Pet Valu

    42820 Creek View Plz, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +18007388258

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    Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Ashburn

    22556 Amendola Ter, Ste 100, Ashburn, VA 20148
    Tel: +17037294900

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    Canine Carousel

    43135 Broadlands Center Plz, Ste 129, Ashburn, VA 20148
    Tel: +17036874626

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    Wild Birds Unlimited

    44110 Ashburn Shopping Plz, Ste 174, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +17036874020

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    Woofie's

    44200 Waxpool Rd, Ste 137, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +15714266503

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    Pet Valu

    42780 Creek View Plz, Ste 115, Goose Creek Center, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +17037263027

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    Belly Rubs Pet Care

    43330 Junction Plz, Ste 178, Ashburn, VA 20147
    Tel: +15712955516

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Adopting a dog is a wonderful and life changing event However, it is not something to be taken lightly as getting a dog will have an impact on your life for many years.

The first thing that you will need to think about is what sort of dog you would like to adopt. Think about size, grooming, age and how much exercise it will need. You need to be sure that you can give your new companion the level of care they deserve.

There are plenty of rescue centers and shelter throughout the country. While some specialize in a particular breed, others are home to a mix of breeds and animals. A quick online search will bring up the adoption centers in your area. Once you have a list of potential shelters, do some background research. Make sure that the organization has a good reputation and it should be a not-for-profit business. Between $100 and $200 is a reasonable adoption fee.

When you visit the adoption center, the guides will give you some recommendations based on your situation and will guide you through the facility. While some people find their perfect dog straight away, others are faced with a decision. If you are unsure which dog you would like to adopt, go home and think about it and come back another day.
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