Our next 50 adopters will receive…
Love Has No Age Limit: Welcoming an Adopted Dog Into Your Home!
What makes this book so special? It’s chock full of helpful ways to transition rescue dogs and you, their families, into your new lives. Every puppy is a new dog, BUT not every new dog is a puppy. Bringing home a mature dog requires faith and patience. To help that along, we’re sending two talented behaviorists home with every one of our precious pups.
The Gift of Two Behaviorists in Paperback
Learn what to expect when adopting a dog from Patricia B. McConnell, PhD, CAAB, (a zoologist, animal behaviorist, teacher, and speaker who has been working with people and dogs for over 24 years) and her zoologist and animal behaviorist colleague, Dr. Karen B. London.
No need to read in order. As a new pet parent, you can start where you need help most the very moment you need it.
Here’s what’s inside:
- How to handle home-comings
- What to do (and not do) the first day, week and month
- Why older dogs still need to be house trained the minute you bring them home
- And why it can take time for some dogs to bond with you
Common behavioral problems such as separation anxiety, house training, chewing, resource guarding, fear-based behavior and trouble between dogs are summarized and an extensive resource section leads to more help if required.
Take a peek for yourself! Isn’t this a wonderful way to ease into a long, comfortable life together?
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This From a Happy Reader
Kathy, a dog adopter who found this guide helpful says:
We followed the instructions in “Love Has No Age Limit” when we brought home our 1.5 year old cattle dog/border collie mix to join our 1.5 year old border collie/terrier mix (yeah, that’s a lot of activity!). Argus was completely unhousebroken and didn’t know any commands, charged through the door, jumped on Mico (the bc/terrier) and on us, and had myriad other bad habits. That book saved our lives, saved Argus from going back to the shelter and/or Mico from going crazy, and helped us achieve the well behaved, courteous, devoted, pees-on-command and then runs-back-to-the-door for a treat dog we have now. It’s a miracle worker of a book!
Thanks to you, each and every one of our donors for making this possible. (Cherrie, Denise and a big WOW for Leslie!) You’ve improved the chance that every Dog House Adoption is a happy and successful placement – for life!
And thanks to everyone involved in the production of this book, from authors to printers, who agreed to donate a significant amount of their costs or fees, allowing cash-strapped organizations to distribute the book to every family adopting a dog.