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Frequently Barked Questions

1997-09-04C-300This section of the website is here to offer some thoughts and suggestions for some common, and some not-so-common, problems that people sometimes face with a newly adopted rescue dog.


Remember that the dog may have had a traumatic previous life - or it may just have had different 'rules' applied, and above everything else, patience and gentleness with persistance will be rewarded.


The suggestions here are NOT a panacea for all problems, and often the best thing to do is talk to your EGLR contact, or Pip herself. Sometimes a little 'throw-away' comment can lead to uncovering an underlying problem that you may not have spotted.


Please remember, if the problem you are facing is on-going or medical, then the best thing to do is seek advice from your local vet or dog behaviourist.

Send the questions you were too afraid to ask to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , we shall pick the 'best' or 'most asked' ones and try to answer them for you.

Kitchen Raider
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Bungle has started to become a bit of a 'Kitchen Raider'.

He is sneaking into the kitchen, and NOTHING is safe. He's eaten the sunday roast, a packet of Frosties (with the free toy), two loaves of wholewheat bread, a melon, a birthday cake, and a tub of cream.

Apart from assistance with the cleaning up afterwards, is there anything we can do to stop Bungle eating melons?

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