Rescue and Dog Rehabilitation
We love working with rescue or shelter dogs. Many times their backgrounds are unknown, making the “why” behind behavioral problems a little more challenging to determine. We typically see two types of rescue dogs: the hyper and energized ones who are ecstatic to experience the world at 100 miles per hour. And the nervous and scared dogs that are scared of the world and all that’s in it. Although different outcomes, both these type of dogs are a result of lack of socialization and access to the ways of the world – everything new is either ultra exciting or extra scary. However, dogs are truly resilient, meaning most of their behavioral problems can be resolved easily with a lot of confidence building and clear structure.