Your Rescue Dog Resource Center


Have you recently rescued a dog? Thinking about rescuing a dog? You’ve come to the right place! Discover helpful resources for caring for your rescue dog here!

All About Rescue Dogs

Adopting a dog from your local shelter or rescue is one of the most rewarding things you can do – not only for yourself, but for your new fur baby. Oftentimes, dogs in shelters were rescued from horrible conditions where they were abused, neglected, or simply left on the streets.

When you adopt a dog from a rescue or a shelter, you are saving their life and helping them start fresh – in a new home with a new family. Sometimes, this transition is easy for both dog and owner. However, more often than not, it can be a stressful experience for the newest member of your family.

Whether you’re thinking of adopting a dog or recently have adopted one, please use these helpful resources to make the transition as smooth and stress-free as possible for you and your new rescue!

Common Health Concerns:

ANXIETY & PHOBIAS

SKIN & ALLERGIES

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Parker

Labrador Retriever Mix

 

This is Parker! We rescued him along with his non-biological brother last July… We knew it was going to be hard, but we didn’t know how hard due to the fact that Parker has anxiety and fear aggression.

I reached out to a trainer who specializes in aggressive dogs and he suggested Canna-pet as part of his training to help take the edge off. And it has been such a life saver.

I have to say Canna-pet really makes such a difference. Parker is just calmer and more at peace. And it allows the rest of us to feel that way too.

Penny May

American Pit Bull Terrier

 

I will never be able to thank you enough for helping Penny May through her transitional period. Canna-Pet has helped her through some of the toughest transitional periods in her life. Many thanks for giving me my girl back!

Jeb

Bulldog

 

Jeb came to us 4 years ago after he was pushed around into 5 different homes. You can imagine this has left its toll on his mental status. Jeb has always been very reclusive and sad. From the beginning when Jeb first came to us, he’s had extremely bad skin problems.

Constant ear infections and suffers extremely from allergies of all kind. Jeb also suffers greatly with anxiety from Thunderstorms. Since Jeb has gotten older, he started to develop spondylosis and arthritis. So not wanting to solely rely on harsh painkillers, I have started him on the Max drops as well.

Since last week, Jeb has only needed 2 doses of pain meds. Jeb used to take 1-2 doses every day. So your product speaks volumes as for pain relief. He’s also becoming more and more relaxed and seems not as insecure.

Find Your Perfect Match:

What Personality Traits Should You Look For In a Rescue Dog?

Are you considering adopting a dog? This is a very rewarding, but also very important, decision that requires a lot of thought and planning. One of the most valuable things you should consider when adopting a dog is what type of personality would best fit your lifestyle.

Do you live in a sprawling house or a 1-bedroom apartment? Do you work from home or at an office? How many hours a day can you dedicate to exercising with your dog? These are just a few questions you should ask yourself when considering what type of personality your new family member should have.

Need some help making your decision? Take this short quiz to find out what personality traits you should look for in a rescue dog!

FREE RESOURCE:

Adopting a Rescue Dog: A Week-By-Week Guide to the First 30 Days

What You Get:

  • Expert insight into what you need to do each week to ensure a stress-free & seamless transition
  • Tips for preparing introducing your rescue dog to family members and other pets
  • A quick starter guide for training your new rescue dog
  • PLUS, helpful tips on how to keep your pet active, engaged, and healthy during this transition

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