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Adopting a dog and giving him a home can be so rewarding. And while all creatures deserve to be loved and cared for, sometimes you get a pooch who has been through some tough times—and it's up to you to help him get back on track.

Here are some things you can do to help an abused dog settle into your home:

  • Keep the same routine as much as possible. Dogs love structure and familiarity, so try not to change too much at first. 
  • Don't overwhelm them with attention right away. It's tempting because they look so grateful for any kind of affection, but it's better for both of you if you ease into it slowly–they need time to adjust before getting too attached!
  • Make sure they have a place to sleep. If your dog is used to sleeping on your bed, try putting down some blankets or pillows for them in their new room. This will help them feel more comfortable and secure at night when they're alone.

If you have more questions or need help with training your new pooch, please don't hesitate to call us, your local animal hospital Helotes, TX anytime!


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