Rehabilitation For Rescue Dogs

Duration: 03:12

Emily Watson · July 29, 2022

Course Description

While some dogs in shelters and rescues have healthy bodies and minds, others aren’t so lucky. Every day, rescue organizations and animal shelters bring in four-legged victims of neglect and abuse – some who are close to death – and it’s up to the staff and volunteers to provide the rehabilitation these canines require. The rehab process varies widely from case to case, but established shelters and rescue organizations have plans and policies in place to ensure every dog receives the care he needs. Let’s take a closer look at how they do it.

Things to Learn

A behind-the-scenes look at the physical, mental and emotional rehabilitation efforts that give shelter and rescue dogs a second chance at life.

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About Instructor

Emily Watson

Emily Watson is a Senior Content Editor at Redstone Media Group, publisher of Animal Wellness Magazine, Equine Wellness Magazine, IVC Journal and Canadian Dogs Annual. She is a certified yoga and medical Qi Gong instructor and has been writing — creatively and otherwise — for ten years. Off the mat and away from the keyboard, Emily can be found hiking, camping and traveling with her rescue pup, Betsy.

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