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‘We needed each other in this crazy mess.’ Is it a good time to rescue a dog during the coronavirus lockdown?


Sheltering at home can be the perfect time to bring a shelter animal into your home.

So say new pet parents like Mary Childs, an NPR reporter living in Richmond, Va., who adopted a three-month-old puppy on March 15. Childs, who formerly wrote for Barron’s magazine (which is a sister publication of MarketWatch), realized that working remotely for the next few weeks or months to fight the spread of the coronavirus was the perfect opportunity to adopt and train a puppy.

Enter Demi, a black and white German shepherd/Labrador/St. Bernard/Great Pyrenees mix: Childs

Demi, a three-month-old puppy, was adopted by Mary Childs during the coronavirus pandemic.

“It’s great to get to spend so much time with her, even though the circumstances…


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