You just adopted your best friend... NOW WHAT?

YOU are a ROCK STAR! Thank you for making the choice to ADOPT! We hope you find the resources on this page useful and helpful as you begin your journey with your new friend. 

If you are a veterinarian in the S.E. Aurora area, and would like to work with an ethical rescue org that genuinely cares about the wellbeing of our animals – please CONTACT US

PRAR Trainers and Behaviorists

Behaviorist – Deb Nabb

303-552-1306

 

Keeping Your New Puppy Safe

There are LOTS of things to remember to keep your wee one safe when you adopt a new puppy. First – THEY’RE GROUNDED! Remember, “Paws Off The Ground!”  We go over the key points here… Read More

 

 

Keeping Your New Adult Dog Safe

There are LOTS of things to remember to keep your adult kiddo safe when you adopt a new dog. First – THEY’RE GROUNDED! Remember, “NO walks for 2 weeks!”  We go over the key points here… Read More

Fun Things to Do With Your Dog

There are many fun things to do with your dog. Here are some examples of activities you can enjoy with your canine friend… Read More

 
 
House Training a Dog

When you get a new puppy or dog, you’ll need to show him or her what is acceptable in your home. Here are some great ideas… Read More

Introducing Dogs to Each Other

Properly introducing your current dog to your new dog is imperative for a positive experience and to keep everyone safe… Read More

Successfully Introducing Cats and Kittens to Dogs

Many dogs and cats can live harmoniously together if introduced properly and supervised appropriately. Whether you’re adding a new cat or a new dog to your household, the top priority is always safety… Read More

Dog Bites Child: How to Prevent This Scenario

Proper training and management of both children and dogs can prevent tragedies from ever happening… Read More

Crate Training: The Benefits for You and Your Dog

Dogs are hard-wired by their genetic history to be den animals. A den is a small, safe, well-defined space. It is a place in which dogs feel instinctively safe. It is also a place that they instinctively avoid soiling… Read More

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