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Posted on 16/04/2014
Filed under: Rescue Dogs

If you are considering giving a home to one of these loving and loyal animals, then please visit a rescue centre near you. Some centres may not appear exactly "state of the art" but if they ask you all the right questions, to make sure you are suitable for the dog, rather than the other way round, and insist on home visit, you've gone to the right place and you will find the teams there dedicated and caring.

Taking in a rescue dog is an area where, traditionally, most people predict difficulties, when the truth is that this usually proves the most rewarding and wonderful relationship possible between a dog and its carer.

All rescue dogs are the result of human failure and whenever you consider taking such a dog into your home you have the power to right the wrongs and injustices endured by that dog before. When you adopt ‘Amichien® Bonding’ you need never worry about the past of the dog as you will be concentrating on a joyous future.

Jan Fennell's method, ‘Amichien® Bonding’ can help with canine communication, dog training, rescue dogs with behavioural problems, dogs biting, obedience classes, toilet training, howling and whining and separation anxiety. If you are seeking harmony in your home, know that you can succeed by adopting Jan's methods.