In this insightful episode of the Sexier than a Squirrel podcast, we're chatting on a topic that has been requested time and time again - and one that is very close to the hearts of many dog lovers the world over - and that is fostering, rescuing or rehoming dogs.
When it comes to rescue dogs (including fosters and rehomes), there is nothing more important than setting them up for a lifetime of ultimate success, whether that's with you or with their future forever family!
That's why, within this episode, we are bringing you all our best top tips, handy hacks, super strategies (and more!) to help you successfully foster, rescue or rehome any dog and set them up for that all-important lifetime of real-life results success!
Here's a sneak peek at just some of the tips in this episode:
🐾 Be aware of a rescue or rehomed dog’s potential history and experiences and give them plenty of time to settle in.
🐾 Observation is key. See what lights them up and what brings them joy - don't assume they are going to love play, food or being touched/handled.
🐾 Today is day one. Let's not make up stories for them. Get to know the dog in front of you to grow the skills they need for success.
🐾 Start their world small - grow experiences and responsibility gradually.
🐾 Ditch the Bowl and the Routine. These strategies are a powerful way to communicate with them and provide them with a success framework for daily life.
🐾 Grow OPTIMISM! Empower them with positive outcomes to help them feel in control of their life.
There is so much more within this episode and an immense amount of powerful learning! Every single tip, trick, hack or solution is KEY for every foster, rescue or rehomed dog, no matter their age, breed, size or history!
This podcast episode is your TOOLKIT for transitioning a foster, rescue or rehomed dog from one life to a new life - whether that be a life with you, or whether you are setting them up for a lifetime of success with another loving owner.
Jump in and have a listen to this epic podcast – and while you’re here leave a review for us and share with us what was your biggest takeaway – and remember, there is always a game for that!
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