Help an Abused Dog to Trust It is a fact that so many dogs suffer abuse. Through not fault of their own innocent animals suffer cruelty. But we can make a difference,there are ways to help an abused dog to trust. When we adopt a shelter or rescue dog below is 10 ways to help …
Rescue & Shelter Dogs
Rescue and Shelter Dogs
Adopting a rescue and shelter dogs come with rewards that can’t be measured. There is something special about these dogs. It’s as if they know what you did for them by giving them a chance to live the life they deserve.
When given a chance they are quick to show their love and devotion as part of your family. So you might be wondering if a rescue or shelter dog different from other canines?
Are Dogs from Rescue Societies and Shelters Different
One thing to note about a dog that has been rescued that by the time their are adopted is that they’ve at least been in 3 ‘homes’. The place they were born, foster or home that saved them and their home with you. That’s a lot of change in the short life of a dog.
Many of these dogs had a rough start to life, suffering abuse, abandonment and neglect. But despite everything all these puppies and dogs are like any other dog who want to know a caring hand, love and to belong to a family aka pack.
Concluding Rescue and Shelter Dogs
There are so many reasons to adopt a canine. If you want to learn more you can start by contacting a local shelter. And, of course check out the many online rescue societies for dogs near you.
Teach Your Rescue Dog to Play You adopted a rescue dog. Everything is going well, your pooch is eating and peeing outside, but when it’s time to play ball your canine is not quite sure what to do. So how do you teach your rescue dog to play?
Teach Your Old Dog New Tricks If you adopted a rescue dog and you wonder if it’s possible to teach your old dog new things? Yes you can! It’s more than possible! The key is to teach your dog in small steps just as you would with a new puppy.
Dog Eating Poop aka Coprophagia If you wondering why does my dog eat poop you’re not alone. Yes, poop eating in dogs is a repulsive habit that most dog owners experience at some time. It’s a yucky habit!
Basic Training Techniques for Your Rescue Dog Training your rescue dog the basic approach. When you adopt a dog you want to settle him into your home and help build his confidence. Training your rescue dog is one of the best things you can do to so he will be his best self. And it’s …
Setting a Schedule When Potty Training Your Rescue Dog As you housetrain your dog, you have to set up a schedule. Your dog isn’t going to do that for himself. It takes your effort and monitoring for several weeks to a few months for this to occur, so that your dog learns a routine.
Using a Crate to Potty Training Your Rescue Dog Potty training a rescue dog. Some dogs get to use a yard while other lack the opportunity to roam a large backyard at will. Many are more likely to spend the day indoors while their family members are away at work and school.
5 Best Dog Cooling Products for You Rescue Dog Best dog cooling products for canines. It’s summer again! This is the best time to take hang out with our four-legged buddies. A cool splash on the lake sounds awesome. Or perhaps a cool run along the beach. Or just hanging out in the backyard. These …
House Training Rescue Dogs Bringing a rescue dog into your home may demand as much effort from you and the family as it would when training a puppy. It’s a mistake to think that just because the dog is full-grown and that he may have been potty trained in one home, that he’ll continue to …
Training Your Rescue Dog – What to Do in the First Month The first month with your canine is a crucial. It’s a time for bonding and to begin training your rescue dog. Your rescue might have had some traumatic experiences before meeting you. So, take the time to welcome your dog into their new …