As a pet parent, it’s your responsibility to keep your furry friend healthy and protected from disease. One of the…
Adopting a rescue dog can bring happiness and love to your home, but it also requires patience and effort. The 3-3-3 rule can help guide you in the transition process. Give your dog 3 weeks to adjust, spend at least 3 hours a day on training and bonding, and provide 3 positive experiences every day. With these steps, you and your new furry friend can build a strong and loving bond.
Meeting a new dog can be an exciting experience, but it’s important to approach them with caution and respect their personal space. In this guide, we’ll go over the dos and don’ts of safely and respectfully meeting a new dog, including asking permission, respecting the dog’s personal space, paying attention to body language, and more.
As a pet parent, it’s important to provide your furry friend with proper care and attention to keep them healthy and happy. This includes regular veterinary check-ups, proper nutrition, and regular exercise. In addition, vaccinating your pet against serious and potentially life-threatening diseases is a crucial part of responsible pet parenting. In this guide, we’ll discuss 8 essential steps to becoming a responsible pet parent, So, whether you’re a new pet owner or an experienced one, this guide is the ultimate resource for providing the best care for your furry friend.
New Hope Animal Rescue (NHAR) is dedicated to providing loving homes for rescue dogs and cats in Austin, TX. Adopting a rescue pet can be a rewarding experience, and we’re here to guide you through the process.
Fostering a rescue pet can bring joy, companionship, and a sense of fulfillment to your life. In this guide, we will explore the many benefits of fostering a rescue pet, including providing a temporary home, making a positive impact on an animal’s life, and developing a strong bond with your furry friend.
Discover the harsh reality of shelter overpopulation in Central Texas and how New Hope Animal Rescue is working to save at-risk dogs and cats through foster care and adoption. Be a part of the solution today
Debunk the myth that rescue dogs are harder to train than breeder dogs. Learn the truth about the trainability of rescue dogs and why they make just as loving and well-behaved pets as any other dog. Discover the factors that determine a dog’s trainability and how to ensure a successful training experience with your rescue dog.
Adopt a rescue dog from New Hope Animal Rescue and make a difference in their lives. Our rescue dogs are well cared for by loving foster homes, providing them with a safe and comfortable environment. Adopting a rescue dog helps create more space for new rescues and saves them from overcrowded shelters where they may be at risk of being euthanized. Give a rescue dog a second chance at a happy life.