Part of what we do is to rescue dogs from our partner shelter in Kentucky. The other part is finding good homes for them and changing the lives of families. Every adoption has a few bumps in the road as we’ve been discussing over the last week. Many of the bumps can be traced back to separation anxiety with dogs exhibiting whining, barking, howling, going to the bathroom in the house, chewing, digging, escaping from the house, and more.

Most of the time dogs settle in within days or a few weeks but there are things you can do to expedite the process.
One of the biggest reasons why people bring back dogs is because of separation anxiety. Those two words encompass a whole host of issues, all trainable.

Today we are featuring an outstanding article complete with infographics that should be a great resource where you have a puppy, as referenced here or a dog of any age.

As always if you have questions after the adoption feel free to call us and check out our FAQ on the site. We are big believers in training!


Today we are featuring an outstanding article complete with infographics that should be a great resource where you have a puppy, as referenced here or a dog of any age.


As always if you have questions after the adoption feel free to call us and check out our FAQ on the site. We are big believers in training!

To learn more about separation anxiety read this great article from Pupbox.com by Kristen Seymour