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Preparations & Introductions


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6 Dogly Guides


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2 "How Tos"

Introductions on the first day can leave long lasting impressions on your new foster and current pets, so making sure it’s a great day for everyone is very important! With that, “introduction” might simply mean that your current pets and foster pets both know they are in a home together but don’t actually meet physically.  **Make sure to follow the guidance of your Foster Coordinator in case your foster pet has a quarantine period or has not been introduced to other pets yet.  

It’s so important your own pets trust you will properly introduce new pets if you plan to be a continuous foster (and that should be the goal!). Making the foster process as stress-free as possible on your current pets is just as important as making it an easy process for your foster pet!

Dogly Training Tips

Professional Guidance

how do I... stop my dog from jumping stop my dog from pulling use a crate properly ?

Tools & Training Tips

Fosters Can Use in Adoptive Homes

Relevant and relatable tips that offer opportunities to help train your foster pet using tools and routines that can “go with them” into their adoptive homes and be used by their adoptive families to make the adjustment less stressful.

*Leash Tabs & Dual Handles are extremely useful for strong pullers and fearful/flight risk dogs… and keeping on for safety.

*Slip leads are a safe option for fearful/flight risk dogs.

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