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Adopt A Dog

Giving a puppy or dog another chance in life by adopting a dog can be a very rewarding experience for you and your dog. 

There are also some things to keep in mind when adopting your new companion puppy or dog.

Most shelters put a lot of time and effort into checking the dogs temperament, regardless of this many end up rehomed with behavioural problems that are unable to be detected in a shelter environment.

Many are under the misconception that TLC will fix all, behavioural problems can be very expensive and dangerous and should be addressed with the aid of a very experienced dog trainer at your location where the problems generally occur. 

Most of these problems have occured in the first instance because people have received incorrect advice with regard to rearing and training of dogs.

Expect some problems with rehomed dogs, but don't make the mistakes the previous owner made, be equipped with the right advice to get the very best out of your new companion dog and make his or her second chance in life an enjoyable one.

One assessment lesson of approximately 1 1/2  hours will equip you with tailored solutions that is right for you, your dog, your environment, your lifestyle, and will help avoid any future problems by putting in place the right management skills for a favourable long term outcome.

Feel free to contact us for a discussion on how we can help.



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