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Mark Burchell, 54, pictured with guide dog Judi, survived bladder and prostate cancer in 2017 (Picture: Argus/Sax Rohmer Ltd)‘They were not only affecting my hospital trips but stopping me doing things I’d want to do afterwards, like socialising with friends.
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“So, being careful not to overwhelm them initially can help them to adjust.” Dr. Mitchell recommends giving your new dog his own space, such as a small room or bathroom, providing him with downtime, and staggering introductions with family and friends so they happen over time, not all at once.
‘It does not usually take a dog that long to get used to someone but she needed extra time.’ (Picture: Leanne Wenban /SWNS.COM) Roxy now has her own bedroom complete with toys and treats, but she is still settling into the new home.
(Picture: SWNS)One of Britain’s loneliest rescue dogs is struggling to find a forever home because people are put off by his large bat-like ears. (Picture: SWNS)‘On paper he’s the perfect dog for many families.
Often, when a visitor comes to the door, our dog will give a warning or guarding bark to alert us about the visitor.
Christine Benson (Letters, 17 August) need not be concerned. • Join the debate – email [email protected] • Read more Guardian letters – click here to visit gu.com/letters
Picture: InstagramSource:SuppliedTHE dog rescued from a Korean farm by US Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy during the 2018 games died suddenly late last week, according to the athlete.“Two days ago my beautiful baby Beemo passed away,” Kenworthy wrote in a heartbreaking Instagram post.