Rescue organisations expend a great deal of time, energy and expense in ensuring that their dogs are adopted into well-matched homes, settle well, and remain there for the duration of their lives. Most of these organisations give out information about the adoption process during the required home check, where potential adopters are assessed for suitability and a profile is put together of the right match of dog and new adopter. This small book aims to give additional information that can be used alongside that of your local rescue centre or charity. It is aimed at those who are considering adopting a rescue dog, so that you can make an informed choice about which breed of dog would best fit in with your lifestyle, and in order to help ease the transition for you and your dog.
The information in these pages is also for people who have already adopted a dog and want to understand more about how to make the most of this new and very special relationship. Adopting a rescue dog can be a hugely rewarding experience and, with the increasing numbers of homeless dogs, you are not only gaining a devoted new furry family member - you are also saving a life.
Adopting A Rescue Dog:Mini Book by-Lisa Tenzin-Dolma
Lisa Tenzin-Dolma (aka Lisa Ryan for some of her contemporary women's fiction) is the author of 35 books on a wide range of subjects in both non fiction and fiction. She is the principal of the International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour Ltd (ISCP), the founder of the Dog Welfare Alliance, former Chair of ICAN, the International Companion Animal Network, and former Education and Career Development officer for The Association of INTO Dogs.