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Dog rescue groups are designed primarily to rescue any breed of dog that is being abused by their owners. The various dog rescue groups can legally go into a house and take any dog out that is being mistreated. In addition to rescuing dogs from abusive owners dog rescue groups will also recover the various dogs that are at the overcrowded pounds.

The other types of dogs that dog rescue groups go to the aid of is that of the many different strays and abandoned dogs. These dogs are all taken to dog rescue centers. At these centers the staff will calm the frightened animal down. Once the trust of the animal has been gained the staff will wash and clean the dirt and other matter that has accumulated on the dogs.

When the dog has been thoroughly cleaned the veterinarian from the dog rescue group will begin healing the many cuts, scrapes and wounds that are on the dog. In addition any internal and external parasites are gotten rid of. The result of this is the dog has a better chance for a full recovery.

Once the grooming process and the medical examination has been finished the dog is petted and given lots of love. For many of these dogs this is the first time in their entire life that they are cared for and made comfortable and free. These dogs will also be given a nutritious meal so that they can begin to look healthy.

Before these dogs are ready to be adopted the dog rescue groups will place the dogs in foster care. The various families who take care of these unwanted dogs are used to caring for and training these dogs to become loving members of a family.

The various social and behavioral lessons that many adoptive families want from their new four legged family members will be well learnt before the dog rescue groups will consider that the dogs in their shelter are ready for adoption.

When a successful adoption has been accomplished the dog rescue group will provide counseling for the adoptive family to get used to the presence of their new pet and the changes that are present in their lives as a result of a pet. These are the many faces of dog rescue groups.

These dog rescue groups provide us with a valuable alternative to euthanizing unwanted dogs and puppies. The next time that you hear about a dog rescue group in your area you may want to see how you can help these groups look after the many needs of their doggy tenants.

Author: Krishan Bakhru
Article Source: Articlesbase

 

 



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