What we’ll discuss with you as a new owner
The discussion will involve much more than just who else lives in the home or how long the dog is going to be left home alone for. It’s important to us to ensure that the new owners are also going to get what they need from a dog as we know this is key to forming a successful bond.
We take care not to place dogs in environments where they’re not able to flourish. For example, if we have a dog who chases cars, an area with high traffic levels could put both the owner and the dog at risk of an accident.
Training and support
Many of our dogs will require ongoing training which could impact on a new owner’s lifestyle, so we want to ensure that we can find the right match for the dog, and avoid potential triggers for problematic behaviour. We’re committed to providing our owners and dogs with ongoing reassurance, helpful advice and support if you or they need us. We want to ensure that you both have the most fulfilling relationship possible.