The number one reason people say they put off adopting a pet is the fear that they won’t be able to train it properly. In fact, some of the first questions we hear from prospective adoptive parents when they’re considering adoption are the following:
Is this pet easy to train?
Can I train a pet even though I work?
Can my kids help with training?
Should I adopt a pet when I’m on vacation to make the transition and training easier?
Do I need to fence in my yard in order to adopt?
Our decision to offer unlimited training assistance for our adopters at no additional charge, has proven to be a huge success. Unlike other rescue and adoption centers that offer nothing, or simply a referral to a trainer that typically charges hundreds of dollars for a basic lesson course, we offer written training advice and assistance for the adopter.
Our adoption staff are available by phone seven days a week for any questions or advice the new adopters may have about housebreaking, feeding, problem correction etc. In addition, our website offers private access to an online site with tons of advice covering many aspects of training, socialization, feeding, and care for your adopted pet!