Care Guide

FOR RESCUE DOGS

Rehoming a Rescue Dog

MAKING IT WORK
First of all be proud, you are giving a rescue dog a home and that is beyond amazing. Naturally you are excited and no doubt can’t wait for your new arrival and to introduce them to their wonderful new life. But, before that, it is important to create both a bond and trust between you and your dog. Patience and understanding in the first few weeks of your relationship can mean the difference between creating a happy, peaceful environment for everyone in the house and the alternative of returning your dog to us – an outcome no-one wants to happen.

The Care Guide

FOR RESCUE DOGS

Rescue dogs aren’t broken, they have simply experienced more life than other animals. If they were humans we would call them wise. They would be the ones with tales to tell and stories to write, the ones dealt a bad hand who responded with courage. Don’t pity them. Be proud to have their greatness by your side.

The Guidelines

FOR DOG FOSTERING

Dear friends, first we would like to thank you for opening your heart and home to one of our pound orphaned dogs. Your generosity will provide young and old, injured and sick, abused and under-socialized dogs a chance to grow or heal before finding their forever homes.

Leishmania

HOW TO CARE

How to care for dogs with leishmania infantum.

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