There are many reasons that people feel the need to give up their pets. What may seem an impossible situation might be resolved without sacrificing the companionship of your Aussie.
The links on this page offer information and alternatives to assist in resolving many kinds of problems encountered by owners.
If you can find a solution to the problem that works for both you and your pet, that's one less animal that needs to be rescued -- a win/win situation for all.
We strongly encourage you to pursue every avenue before making that final decision. If everything you try fails, and the problem cannot be resolved, then please complete our listing application and a representative will contact you.
The links below also provide a wealth of helpful hints and training tips for those who are not necessarily looking to rehome their dog, but are seeking advice on common pet problems.
Aggression Towards Visitors to Your Home
Who's in Charge Here? A Lesson in Becoming Alpha
The Smart Puppy: discussion boards
Suzanne Clothier Articles on dog behavior and training
Behavior: Understanding and Modifying
Good Dog Tips
Dog Behaviour Resources
Canine Behavior Series
13 Steps to Finding Pet Friendly Housing
Find pet friendly housing
The Tenant's Guide to Keeping your Pet
Use the following links to find pet-friendly housing:
Controlling Allergies to Pets
How to Reduce Allergies
Pet Allergies: Are there hypoallergenic dog breeds?
Herding Dog Heritage
Before the New Baby Comes Home
When Baby Makes Four: helping your dog adjust to a new baby
A Tired Dog is a Tired Dog
High Energy Dogs
How Much Exercise does your Dog Need
Exercise: Why Dogs Need It
These links are offered as a convenience and for informational purposes only. Their inclusion here does not constitute an endorsement or an approval by ARPH of any of the products, services, or opinions of the external providers. ARPH bears no responsibility for the accuracy or the content of external sites.
We rely on the generosity of our supporters to help
the hundreds of Australian Shepherds needing our assistance.
In 1992, three individuals doing private rescue were brought together by a common vision.
They hoped to gain the support of the (ASCA), which would enable them to create a network of volunteers who would be able to save their beloved Aussies on a much larger scale.
For those of you who shop on line, you are able to help raise money for ARPH through your purchases if you go through iGive.
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