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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: House training your rescue dog | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    Some dogs may be worried about toileting in front of people so if Blue seems concerned or is hiding try not to pay too much attention to him and this will help build up his confidence Telling a dog off for toileting isn t worth it If you punish him afterwards he won t associate the punishment with his behaviour and it s unlikely to change in the future If you tell him off while he s toileting he may become worried about going to the toilet when you re around If there is an accident calmly pop your dog outside or in another room while you clean it up For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it visit the Battersea Dogs Cats Home website follow them on Twitter or find them on Facebook All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I take my dog on holiday with me Battersea Q A Socialising your rescue puppy Battersea Q A Teach your dog something new Battersea Q A What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas Battersea Q A Why is my rescue dog being destructive Battersea Q A Will my dog cope with my newborn baby Criteria for dog adoption How do I get a rescue

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    people beards and moustaches hats motorcycle helmets wheelchair users and other disabled people people of different cultures Household items Vacuum cleaner telephone doorbell washing machine and tumble dryer stereo TV lawn mower umbrella Outside places and sounds Car horns parks and wide open spaces different surfaces gravel plastic grass sand aeroplanes school grounds during breaks and lunchtime children laughing crying fireworks water vet s surgery Transport The Underground trains buses cars trucks lifts busy roads Animals Other dogs all sizes breeds ages sexes cats birds rabbits horses If Ben is able to investigate something new in a safe and positive way then let him Always ensure you have control of the situation and are able to remove him from it if needed For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it visit the Battersea Dogs Cats Home website follow them on Twitter or find them on Facebook All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I take my dog on holiday with me Battersea Q A Socialising your rescue puppy Battersea Q A Teach your dog something new Battersea Q A What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas Battersea Q A Why is my rescue dog being destructive Battersea Q A Will my dog cope with my

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Finding the right dog for you | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    dirt but some can certainly leave more of an impact than others depending on coat type and what sort of fun they like to have on their walks Should you get a puppy juvenile adult or golden oldie Puppies are certainly cute and hard to resist but they also require lots of patience and work Juvenile dogs are often in rescues because their owners didn t realise what was involved in owning a dog and the cute stage has been and gone They can be a bit more of a challenge but the rewards are endless Adults are generally calmer and their personalities are more established Golden oldies are often looking for a comfy quiet retirement home where they can enjoy the rest of their life and while their days away Finally you must consider breed so you can understand what they were originally bred to do and therefore what their behavioural traits are likely to be For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it visit the Battersea Dogs Cats Home website follow them on Twitter or find them on Facebook All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I take my dog on holiday with me Battersea Q A Socialising your rescue puppy Battersea Q A Teach

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: New Year's resolutions for your dog | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    for a walk I ll vary our destinations and not go to the same park every day I don t want Marcel to get bored A Going to different places or even using a new route on regular walks is good for your dog and you New smells sights sounds and terrain will keep him stimulated and more easily able to accept new experiences and situations 5 I want to train Marcel to sit quietly in his bed when we receive visitors and wait to be introduced instead of jumping up and barking A As well as being nice for your friends training your dog to wait before saying hello calmly will benefit him Some dogs find visitors stressful so providing a bed in a quiet corner or a crate will give him For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or visit the Battersea Dogs Cats Home website follow them on Twitter or find them on Facebook All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I take my dog on holiday with me Battersea Q A Socialising your rescue puppy Battersea Q A Teach your dog something new Battersea Q A What should I get my rescue dog for Christmas Battersea Q A Why is my rescue

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  • Your Dog | Battersea Q&A: Preparing for Christmas with your dog | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    generally a very busy time for families and consistency in the first few weeks of a puppy being in a new home is crucial to the settling in period Disruptions may cause problems at a later stage The family s routine is often very different over the festive period with people at home more than normal or out travelling to visit friends or relatives and this can cause separation anxiety when normal routines are restored Q Pet owners will spend an average of around 4 on presents for their dog this Christmas what will you be buying your dog Oakley A Oakley will get lots of chews to keep him going throughout the year a cuddly toy to rip to shreds and de squeak and shampoo to help him smell nice after long Christmas walks and plenty of fox poo Kong goodies are also on the list But most of all he likes the paper from everyone else s Christmas presents so as long as I get lots of lovely gifts he ll be fine For more information about Battersea Dogs Cats Home call 0843 509 4444 email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it visit the Battersea Dogs Cats Home website follow them on Twitter or find them on Facebook All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I

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  • Your Dog | How do I get a rescue dog? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    be to view all the prospective dogs not all shelters will allow you to walk round but will bring the dogs out from the runs to meet you instead Depending on the facilities available and each shelter s individual policy a room or outdoor exercise play area may be available for you to start getting to know each other Spend as much time as you can with each dog so you can make a careful and considered decision As well as making your observations ask questions of staff preferably the person responsible for the dog s care who will know him best about his background any assessments that have been made his personality and so forth to help give you as full a picture as possible Don t feel obliged to take what you are offered if you don t feel the dog is right for you even though you may feel mean doing this Remember this will be the start of a lengthy and hopefully happy relationship so it s important for both of you to get it right If you do meet a dog that you feel is the one don t expect to walk away with him there and then You ll need to arrange for a home visit fi rst and if the other members of your family or other dogs you may own don t accompany you on this visit you ll need to visit again with them so they can meet and you can see how they react to each other Breed rescue If you are torn between wanting a specific breed of dog and taking on a rescue case breed rescue could be the perfect solution Virtually every breed has its own rescue organisation contact details are available from either the relevant breed club or The Kennel Club Copies of the Breed Rescue Directory compiled by The KC are also sent to veterinary practices the police dog wardens and those involved in dog rescue and welfare Every breed rescue group operates its own policies but generally you ll fi nd that There may be a waiting list of prospective owners Waiting lists do not come on a first come first served basis but rather on finding the best match of dog to owner The majority of dogs are aged eight months plus puppies come up for adoption less often Conditions are frequently attached to the adoption such as neutering and the breed rescue retaining ownership the adopter becoming the dog s guardian Availability is usually in proportion to the popularity of the breed Home checks are likely to be every bit as stringent as those made by any other dog welfare organisation There is usually a monetary charge for the dog Not for free You will be expected to pay a fee but this shouldn t be begrudged since most rescue organisations rely on them to continue their work The charity also usually retains ownership in case you have a change of circumstances

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  • Your Dog | My rescue dog can't be left alone | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    they can be brought upstairs at first sleeping in their own bed or crate which can be gradually moved out once they have settled in Ensure that your dog feels safe and that she has a coping strategy to allow her to deal with being left alone Make sure there s nothing causing your dog to feel anxious when she s alone as environmental stressors such as scary noises can reduce her feeling of security Create a safe cosy den area and teach her to use it during the day Encourage her to use it even when you re home so that it s not only associated with being left alone Hide treats and stuffed Kong toys in this den Make sure you don t make a big deal of hellos and goodbyes and try not to encourage any clingy behaviour if she tries to follow you about Separation anxiety is a particularly traumatic problem and can require a lot of time and patience to overcome Personalised specialist advice would help to ensure that a new routine suitable for your dog is established and to allow you to get on with enjoying your time with her All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog to mind their manners Battersea Q A How to help your dog enjoy Christmas Battersea Q A How to improve my dog s recall Battersea Q A Is scent work ideal for my sniffer dog Battersea Q A Keeping my rescue dog exercised Battersea Q A Keeping your dog calm on Bonfire Night Battersea Q A My rescue dog loves me too much Battersea Q A My rescue dog won t eat Battersea Q A New Year s resolutions for your dog Battersea Q A Preparing for Christmas with your dog Battersea Q A Preparing your dog for firework season Battersea Q A Should I take my dog on holiday with me Battersea Q A Socialising your rescue puppy Battersea Q A Teach your dog something new Battersea

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  • Your Dog | Should I get an older dog? | Dog Rescue Centres | Dog Care and Advice
    and gradually change it as she relaxes Try not to do too much in the first few days when she will be at risk of feeling overwhelmed Golden Oldies There are many reasons why older dogs need rehoming their owners getting ill the break up of a family or the dog getting lost According to the Oldies Club which specialises in rescuing and rehoming older dogs aged seven and over there s no such thing as a typical older dog or home Oldies are often happy with a short walk and a mooch in the garden But some older dogs are ideal for families and couples who are active but out for part of the day These dogs can thrive in a lively household and will enjoy a couple of brisk walks a day and longer ones at the weekend The commitment involved in taking on an older dog is just as immense as it would be for a pup or young dog but the time frame is likely to be shorter An older dog can make a great pet for first time dog owners They re generally less problematic than their younger counterparts who still need guidance and training Julie Haworth spokeswoman for the Oldies Club said Unfortunately older dogs who end up in rescue can find it difficult to secure a new home because they often get overlooked due to their age We think that older dogs have a lot to offer They can be ideal for families who are active and have lots going on as they don t cause as much chaos as young puppies and they re also a perfect fit for older owners who are looking for a more sedate companion Older dogs are often used to family life living with children and other pets and lots of our oldies are still very active Call the Oldies Club on 0844 586 8656 or visit www oldies org uk All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW Click here to search for dog rescue centres More dog rescue advice Am I ready for a rescue dog Battersea Q A Can my rescue dog live in a kennel Battersea Q A Dog walking in the darker months Battersea Q A Finding the right dog for you Battersea Q A Help your dog feel less spooked at Halloween Battersea Q A Help My dog won t go to the vet Battersea Q A Helping a dog with arthritis Battersea Q A House training your rescue dog Battersea Q A How can I manage my dog s moulting Battersea Q A How can I stop my thieving dog Battersea Q A How can I teach my dog tricks Battersea Q A How do I get my dog to go to his bed Battersea Q A How do I keep my Terrier entertained Battersea Q A How do I make sure my rescue dog is happy Battersea Q A How to get your dog

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