Once you decide to bring the Bichon Frise rescue dog home, you need to make sure that you spend a lot of time with it initially because the shelter will have kept it isolated for quite sometime from intimate human company and these dogs crave this.
If you would really love to own a Golden Retriever but are hesitant about taking on a puppy, then adopting an older Golden may be the answer. These lovely dogs when they are mature settle in very easily to a new home and they do not need nearly as much attention as a puppy as they like to have some time to themselves. Regardless of their age you will find that your new friend very quickly becomes a welcome member of the family.
The world is full of people and organizations that are so dedicated to the Pug that they have designed facilities known as Pug rescues. Pug rescues are no kill rescue facilities that only rescue Pugs, usually Pugs that have papers. Pug rescues take the Pugs out of environments that are either abusive or dangerous to the Pugs' physical or mental health.
Before you go and jump on the phone calling about how to pick up your very own Pug Rescue dog to train, you need to sit back and think a few things over. Yes, this is an incredible way to give back to others but is this something that you can really handle? There is a lot of work involved with raising any dog, but especially with raising a Pug rescue dog. There are a lot of rules to follow and you must make sure that you are up for the challenge.
German Shepherd rescue organizations say there are two reasons people give up their German Shepherd dogs: people problems and dog problems. Owners should try to work around people problems. Some owners got their German Shepherds as companions during a lonely time in their lives. These owners may grow bored with their German Shepherds when the owners find romance or start a family. Getting a dog is a lifelong commitment, and owners who want to give their German Shepherds up for selfish reasons should reconsider.
Temma Martin is passionate about solving the problem of pet overpopulation. She has worked her entire adult life to help the public understand the devastating plight of homeless and abused pets. She has been their official spokesperson in her duties for Salt Lake City Animal Services and now for the Utah Adoption Center. Here are excerpts from our recent interview: