Rescue Me!: How to Successfully Re-Home a Rescue Dog

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Collins & Brown, 2011 - Pets - 128 pages
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More and more people are electing to take in unwanted dogs and give them care and security in a loving home, rather than buy a pedigree puppy. This highly illustrated, comprehensive guide to adopting a rescue dog gives expert advice and guidance on how to rehome an adult dog successfully. 

With chapters on bonding with your new dog, training, keeping your dog happy and healthy and how to overcome behaviour problems, Rescue Me! shows adopters how to gain the trust and love of their new companion. 

Also includes some fascinating and heartwarming case studies of successfully adopted rescue dogs and puppies.

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About the author (2011)

Alison Smith is the editor of Our Dogs, the UK's oldest newspaper for dog owners. She has owned Staffordshire Bull Terriers for the last 20 years, has had success in the show ring, and is the author of An Owner's Guide: Staffordshire Bull Terriers, published by HarperCollins.   The Dog's Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK. It cares for more than 12,000 dogs each year at its growing network of re-homing centers around the UK.

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