Rescue dogs come in all ages, shapes and sizes. Many bringing with them a whole suitcase of problems for their new owner, that, many times do not make themselves known until the dog has been with the new owner for 6 to 8 weeks. It is lovely to give a dog another chance but don’t let it ruin your life or make his worse. Look carefully, with an open mind and get help to find your new friend. Don't always believe everything your told, ask delving questions as you need to know exactly what your getting. Its not always easy getting the truth.
Posted By: Caroline Spencer-Marlborough - October 21st, 2015 at 12:32:39 UTC
Invariably, those who have several dogs may have to deal with existing problems, or they are having problems introducing a new puppy or rescue dog to the gang.
What we have to remember is that if we sort out the relationship between the dogs and show them that they are all important as individuals, and try not to put one above the other just because it has either been with you longer or is older, we can smooth things out.
Posted By: Caroline Spencer - October 21st, 2015 at 11:10:40 UTC
Why do dogs bite and how to keep you and your children safe. If you are a dog owner of an aggressive dog please get appropriate help before it's too late.
Posted By: Lesley Harris - October 21st, 2015 at 10:14:25 UTC