Clear the Shelter

Share your experience and tell us how using positive reinforcement training methods has changed yours and your dogs' lives.

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ckranz
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Clear the Shelter

Post by ckranz » Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:00 am

I have to say that the shelter I work with we had outstanding results finding homes for 30 of our 70 adoptable animals. Many of the dogs I have been working with and rehabilitating went to what we hope are their forever homes. Overall across the participating shelters in our area 700+ animals found new homes. It was fun being a part and playing a role that helped a few of these guys and gals find new homes.

I still have one gal I hope finds a home soon, a blue pit named pearl who is the sweetest thing.

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Nettle
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Re: Clear the Shelter

Post by Nettle » Tue Aug 18, 2015 2:48 am

That is great work, ckranz :D if there were a prize for best shelter I reckon yours would get it. Well done!

It's the hard hard work behind the scenes that makes dogs rehomable.
A dog is never bad or naughty - it is simply being a dog

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Re: Clear the Shelter

Post by Drewtheman96nw » Thu Apr 21, 2016 8:21 pm

Hello There!

I'm happy to hear that you are finding homes for them. I don't want them to die! Great job! :D
I'm what I eat and my paw family holds a special place in my stomach! :D :) :lol:

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