Resources for You & Your Rescued Pet!


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Social Development

Approximately 2 weeks into your relationship, you and your new pet should have started really settling into your new routine.  If not, it’s important to make the necessary adjustments at home so you can focus on social routines.  

It’s important not to push pets too far outside their comfort zone as this can make pets regress and/or potentially become a “flight risk” (actively attempts to escape for a safer space).  

It’s also very important to realize that no matter how calm your pet might be inside. your home, with your other pets and with family members they comfortable with… anything new for dogs that stimulates their senses (sight, smell, sound) can prompt unexpected responses you + your pet might be unprepared to manage.

This organizer provides all you need to know about slowly and safely socializing your pet with new people and pets + in new places!


1 Printable


12 Dogly Guides


18 Favorites


7 "How Tos"

Dogly Training Tips

Professional Guidance

how do I... get my dog used to the car stop my dog from pulling calm my dog outside ?

Helpful Tools & Tips

Favorites for Socializing

Helpful Videos + Additional

Tips & Tid Bits

Relevant and relatable tips that offer opportunities to learn and shop products that support your favorite pet welfare organization.

*Great for teaching recall and pseudo “off-leash” enrichment

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