German Shepherd Jack Russell Mix
help me?!?! (more information added)?
I am bringing a VERY,VERY scared dog home tomorrow that i adopted from the animal shelter,she’s a 3 year old jack russell terrier. she was SEVERLY abused.
well i have four other dogs (a pomeranian/chihuahua mix, a poodle, a rottweiler/german shepherd mix and a labrador retriever border collie.) well i want to know
how i should introduce them to eachother?
I know it’s hard to rehabilitate a scared dogmy rottie/german shepherd mix was badly abused to he had gasoline poured on him and he had third degree burns
because two stupid kids decided to light him on fire.
My pom/chi mix was also badly abused they would throw her down steps,beat her etc. i know how to work with scared dogs.
i work at my local Animal shelter with the scared dogs, so i know how to handle that. Everyone at the shelter told me it would be best for me to take her home
because i know how to handle scared dogs… im just asking how to introduce them?
If you have experience working with abused dogs in a social shelter environment, than why do you need advice on how to introduce them? How did you introduce the other dogs in your home? Your story seems strange to me. You are experienced in handling abused dogs, have already introduced 2 abused dogs into your home, have the wisdom of shelter workers at your disposal, but still need advice on how to do it?
Here is a link that might help.
Black German Shepherd and Jack Russell Mix looking oh so adorable
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