BEHAVIOURAL ADVICE & SUPPORT

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WELCOME

We are very proud to announce the launch of our new behavioural advice and support service for people who have adopted or are looking to adopt a rescue dog.

Roaming Dogs Rescue has been working with a group of professional behaviourists and behaviourists in training to create a support network across the UK.

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO...

The wonderful businesses who have offered to join our mission. Your passion and love for dogs is amazing and we are so grateful for this team!

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WHO OUR SERVICE IS AIMED AT

If you fall into any of the following categories, we will provide you with free support and advice. However, if we feel that you and your dog require a more intense training programme that may need regular attention over a long period, then you may need to discuss this privately with your assigned trainer/behaviourist and their business regarding payment.

  • Are you thinking of adopting a rescue dog?

  • Are you awaiting a rescue dog and would like information about how to prepare for your new arrival?

  • Have you just adopted your new rescue dog and you are struggling to settle them into your home?

  • We also provide support for issues with dogs from abroad living in the UK

If you do fall into any of these categories then please feel free to join our private Facebook group or email us at rdradvice@gmail.com. You can also request a call back via our general enquiry form, on our contact us page.

 

*Due to Covid-19 regulations we will currently only be able to assist through email, video chat, phone call, and where possible/necessary outdoor sessions.

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ABOUT TO WELCOME A RESCUE DOG INTO YOUR HOME?

We have just the thing to help you!

Download our information pack using the button below. It's full of helpful advice and information to help you settle in your new rescue dog.

RDR's TOP TIPS

When welcoming your new  rescue dog, the first thing to remember is:

GIVE THEM TIME!

Set up a 'safe space' that your dog can take themself to when they need to be alone.

Research positive training methods to teach your dog the skills they need to thrive!