Taking on a rescue dog is a big decision. Karen Bush explains the procedures and processes, offering advice on making the right choice.
Our tips to help keep your new rescue dog happy and entertained, which in turn will help them to setlle into their new home.
Rescue centres are always happy for people to come forward and home their dogs – but certain procedures must be followed.
Just as you know what kind of dog you want to adopt, rescue centres will know what they are looking for in a new owner.
The key to successfully welcoming a rescue dog into your home is not to expect too much, too soon. Karen Bush explains.
Not all adult rescue dogs will be house trained; especially if they have spent time in kennels. It's best to start from scratch.
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It’s not just the cross-breed or mongrel who ends up in rescue. Pedigree dogs can need new homes too and offer unique qualities.