I’m pretty sure that you don’t think your dog is a robot but are you aware of how many things can affect them and in turn, the way they behave? Our moods and behaviours can be influenced by many things and so it is for our dogs, and like us,
Living With Romanian Rescue Dogs Advice on Fearfulness Welcome to this series of short articles that I wanted to put together, to provide adopters with Romanian Rescue Dogs advice and information on how best to help their new family members settle and adapt to their new lives in the UK.
What I Do… and the problem with ‘Shoulds’ when Teaching Dogs As I was out walking my dogs this morning, quite a few things were running through my mind (as is usually the case!) and I decided it was something worth sharing with you. I’ve seen quite a lot of
Reviews from Bark.comReviews from Facebook & GoogleMs SR – Devon (April 2017) – Online Support Group MemberI have 6 dogs,5 are rescues…the last two from Romania. Usually there is little information about the personality of the dog you are taking on, I have been incredibly lucky with mine, although the last one in the door had
Specialist Help & Training Advice GroupFor Guardians with Romanian Rescue Dogs Romanian Dogs are a bit different from British dogs, having stronger natural instincts they can present their guardians with a variety of challenges. Many trainers are not experienced with foreign dogs, and can struggle to give the best advice on general training and behaviour issues that
The importance of getting it right for your new Romanian Rescue Dog cannot be stressed enough. It is far easier to prevent problems arising than it is to try to undo them once something has happened. By sticking to a few simple guidelines when your Romanian Rescue Dog first arrives
You may or may not be aware of the dreadful situation that currently exists for the stray dogs on the streets of Romania and the thousands of shelter dogs kept in terrible conditions, so I thought I would share a little information with you here. You will find numerous links