Behavior Problems in Rescue Animals
You visit the nearby animal shelters and see all of those adorable canines with the puppy dog eyes and pleading expressions and what can you do? Maybe you only came to volunteer or leave some dog toys for the animals there, but once there you are hooked like the proverbial fish.
Well, many people can’t say “No” and they find that they are soon leading a new pet home before they realize what’s happened. I certainly don’t blame them because I am a pushover for those rescue animals that long for a forever home and family of their own. Although I began as a part time volunteer at a local animal rescue shelter, it didn’t take me long to fall in love with each animal I came in contact with.
In fact, my inability to refuse the hound-dog looks on those sweet pet faces placed my name at the top of many foster, rescues, adopt and