Welcome, visitor! [ Register | Login


Dogs for Adoption: The Truth about Behavioural Issues

  • Listed: August 3, 2009 8:39 am
  • Expires: This ad has expired


Adopting Dog Behavioural Issues

It is no secret that each year many unwanted dogs are given up for adoption. There are numerous reasons why owners have to give their dogs away. Whatever the reason, dogs for adoption can become an important part of the family unit.


It is a common myth that adopting adult dogs rather than puppies denotes that you also have to adopt their behavioural problems. This is a complete fallacy and couldn’t be further from the truth. Many of these dogs for adoption are beautiful animals with loving hearts. You can find that they behave in a manner that is problematic or undesirable. The good news is that most of these issues can easily be remedied. You just need to let the dog know what is expected and reward it when it does what you request.


In many instances, you can choose dogs from organisations that have already tested the dogs for adoption. They examine the dog’s temperament; how they react to other animals; how they react to children and different genders; and, how they react around food. Each year, many animals found not behaviourally sound are euthanized to provide safety to those who adopt and the public at large.


When looking for dogs for adoption, you can’t go past our adoption listings at Where Pets are Found – we offer 100% free listings for those who either want to, or have, pets available for adoption. Look into adopting a dog today – they truly can become a beautiful family member.

No Tags

5819 total views, 6 today


Listing ID: N/A

Report problem

Processing your request, Please wait....

Leave a Reply

SHARE this Pet on Facebook