Birds can make good pets in Vermont if they match your IifestyIe. Exotic tropical birds such as Parrots and Cockatiels, as well as Finches, Doves, Pigeons, and other varieties, are often kept in captivity as beautiful and interesting pets. Unfortunately, many owners may not know how to care for their birds properly, while others experience life changes that may leave their pets without a suitable home. Captive birds can suffer from nutritional deficiencies, psychological stress, and many other problems when they do not receive proper care. Many wild exotic birds are endangered as a result of the international pet trade. Non-profit bird sanctuaries provide homes for some birds for whom their owners can no longer provide care. However, many more of these birds need to be adopted by committed owners who have taken the time to thoroughly understand what it takes to care for the birds. A person who is ready for the responsibility of owning a bird should seriously consider adopting one rather than buying a new one.
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Vermont Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)
Bennington County - Shaftsbury, Vermont 05262
Second Chance Animal Center 802-375-2898
Windham County - Brattleboro, Vermont 05302
Windham County Humane Society 802-254-2232
Chittenden County - Colchester, Vermont 05446
Cat Spay and Neuter Clinic 802-878-2230
LaMoille County - Morrisville 05661
North Country Animal League 802-888-4303
Rutland County - Pittsford, Vermont 05763
Rutland County Humane Society 802-483-6700
Caledonia County - St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819
Elizabeth H. Brown Humane Society 802-748-4281
If you find any of the above spay/neuter information is incorrect,
or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
call Rescue Me! at 1-800-800-2099 with this information.