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Old 18-07-2013, 03:45 PM
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helping new rescue dog settle in

so we should be getting our rescue crestie boy on the 28th , never had a rescue before and never had more than one dog ... our dog generally is freindly with most dogs but we are planning on introducing them outside the house and possibly taking them a little walk together first??
then im thinking set up a seperate area for new dog to sleep ? and feed seperatly to start with ?
any one got any tips on introducing a new dog into the family?
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Old 18-07-2013, 03:56 PM
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Re: helping new rescue dog settle in

Aww well done!I usually take them for a walk like you are intending then make more of the resident dog when we get home theres usually alot of rushing about and growls but thats normal,I have never had seperate sleeping area and have brought 6 in over as many months,my sheltie did sulk for a few days when a newbie arrived but soon got over it,I would say just keep calm,bet they will be the best of mates in no time.good Luck xxx
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Re: helping new rescue dog settle in

Well done for rescuing.

Are you getting him from CC rescue?
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The home check went well then?

No advice but congratulations and charge your camera up. Remember we're expecting lots of pics!
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Old 18-07-2013, 05:30 PM
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Re: helping new rescue dog settle in

rona yes he's from chinese crested rescue

thanks mulish , yeah home check went well , will try and get lots of pics

there is a pic of him on the website if you scroll down his name is buddy he is a hairy hairless and he is 9 months old
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He's lovely! do you know why he is being rehomed?
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Re: helping new rescue dog settle in

He's very cute. Will you be keeping the name (and the green hair band)?

I scrolled to the end and Lacey is just
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Re: helping new rescue dog settle in

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He's lovely! do you know why he is being rehomed?
no i dont know , the lady who he's with said she cant understand why he's in rescue because he's so lovely , apparently he's been passed around a few times before he came into rescue
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He's very cute. Will you be keeping the name (and the green hair band)?

I scrolled to the end and Lacey is just
not sure whether we will be keeping the name tbh , i know lots of dogs called buddy

trying to think of something that sounds simlialr , i like the name loki , or floki
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Re: helping new rescue dog settle in

Buddy is just gorgeous xx well done for rescuing we are gona think about getting a dog from rescue but as we have a wee girl who has just turned 3 and not sure what rescue centres would think about that?

On the name thingy Rudi (Roody) is nice.

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