Your First Hour Home with Your Dog

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juanita   chatt, Tennessee

2/11/2015 4:47:09 PM

Really good advice. That makes perfect sense. Thank you.

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Kathy   Hartland, VT

12/1/2011 11:25:06 AM

thank you, I just lost my dog she was run over in front of our home, 2.5years old. There were some mistakes I made with her that I don't want to make again.

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Janet   Westminster, CO

7/2/2011 2:35:36 PM

This is excellent advice for any dog, and especially for shelter and rescue dogs. Some dogs can be overwhelmed by having the run of a new home, right off the bat. I like the emphasis on letting the dog have plenty of opportunity to "use the yard", both before being allowed into the house, and after a little bit of exploring time. Keeping the dog on a leash will help prevent any accidents. I think the thing a majority of people worry about the most when they bring a dog home, is that the dog will "go" in the house. This method pretty much ensures that won't happen. The result is that the owners relax, and a relaxed owner greatly helps the dog to relax. Thanks for a good video.

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Linda   Swartz Creek, MI

8/14/2010 7:04:02 PM

I didnt even think of that, so glad I watched this before bringing our new puppy home. Thanks

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