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Many rescue dogs have had a rough past and many have been mistreated. Working with dogs and observing dog behavior for 18 years has helped us to understand what certain dogs need to become confidant, social, loving members of the family. It has been very rewarding to have successfully matched customers, family members and employees with a rescue or foster dog.
We Can Help with your Foster/Rescue Dog
If you have recently adopted a rescue that is timid, under socialized or just has behaviors you need help understanding, please give us a call, we would love to try to help. Many times the best therapy is allowing your new rescue to get out and be a dog. Allowing them to interact with other dogs and build confidence can make a world of difference. If you have questions about fostering please call, we would love to help.