Adoption & Rescue Mountain Home AR
Are you interested in adopting or rescuing a dog from a shelter? Find out everything you need to know about rescue dogs and make sure you're ready when it comes time to bring your new four-legged friend home.
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State-of-the-art facilities and progressive policies help make it easier to adopt a dog or puppy. Read on and get more information.
How to make a difference in your own dog's life or the lives of dogs in need this holiday season. Read on and get the useful tips.
Correct these common kennel misconceptions before designing your own dog kennel. Read on and learn more for your dog.
Treat your new rescue dog like a 2-year-old child, and you'll make friends fast, says Jean Smith, coordinator of Collie Rescue of the Carolinas. "It is important to establish right away that this is his new home and he is staying," she adds. Here are 10 tips to help you welcome your rescue dog.
Does adopting a dog from a shelter automatically mean you'll be dealing with major behavioral issues? No, not necessarily. In fact, many dogs land in shelters for reasons quite unrelated to their behavior.