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Doggy Rehab "Pound for Pound Dog Rescue"


Doggy Rehab "Pound for Pound Dog Rescue"
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Barnstable County MA
Hyannis,
Massachusetts 02601
508-790-3149

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I have alot of background in dog training and behaviour. Also, I have helped saved many dogs from being euthanized at various animal shelters by taking the time they may not have had, and researching and finding new homes for the "hard to place" dogs at shelters and pounds. I have been certified in dog training school but it goes way beyond the "basic training". In my experience the dogs that really needed saving and rehab for placement are the ones that the shelters would not adopt out for as they say "liability" reasons. In other words, not to blame them, they need to protect their organizations, but the dogs need to be socialized and retrained or rehabbed and they are understaffed and volunteers have to abide by their rules. I have a circle of experienced dog loving people who have found each other through the same concerns and venues. Trying to help the so called "impossible dog" to place in just any homes. The dogs have failed the infamous" temp tests" that are OFTEN times given by inexperienced shelter staff and their "trainers"! Many dogs I have seen be destroyed because they gave the "whale eye" to a "trainer" who then would fail the dog, and therefore, well, the dog was put down because he may have been misjudged by an inexperienced person. I am not saying that all tests are bad I am just saying that you canot predict a dogs behaviour all the time, so why not consider the circumstances and give the dog another chance? I realize that this is a debate that could go on forever. So, I would rather help by helping people who need help with dogs, and dogs that need help with their people. If I am not qualified I will not pretend to know all, I will simply direct you to who may help you. MY intention is to help keep people from making the devasating decision to surrender their beloved pet to a shelter or vice-versa, have pets get adopted and then go back to the shelter just to be bounced around or worse "yes worse" euthanized.




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