House Training A Rescue Dog

There is no more rewarding an experience than adopting a dog from a local rescue. People queue up for puppies when they are ready to leave their mothers but fewer people rescue dogs, especially those that are above a couple of years of age. The idea that rescue dogs are problem dogs is completely unfounded, bearing in mind that the majority of rescue dogs will not need as much training as a puppy. House training a rescue dog that as been rescued is usually much easier than housebreaking a puppy, but that is not to say that it should be neglected.

House training a dog that has been rescued should still be a process that you undertake. Although most rescue dogs will have been taught to go to the toilet outside, it is quite possible that they have forgotten those manners as a result of time spent in a kennels. As such, you should


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