Adoption Advice

Many Tears has written some advice sheets for adopters to read to help them decide which dogs would be suitable for them and to help their new dog settle into it's new life in the most stress free way. You will need Adobe Reader (which is free) to lauch these sheet. Click the icon and once you have downloaded this you will be able to view and print the sheets.

Adopting an Ex-Breeding and Frightened Dogs
If you are thinking about adopting one of our ex-breeding or very frightened dogs please read the advice sheet before you apply for one of these dogs. These are rarely "ready made" dogs but the reward you get seeing the blossom into a loving family pet is immeasurable.

To read our advice sheet CLICK HERE - pdf
My experience of adopting an ex-breeding dog from Many Tears CLICK HERE - pdf

If you are thinking of adopting a puppy please read our advice sheets below
For advice about adopting a puppy CLICK HERE - pdf
For advice on how to teach your puppy recall CLICK HERE - pdf
Advice if your puppy has an upset tummy CLICK HERE pdf
Advice from an adoptor CLICK HERE pdf

Blind Dogs
Blind dogs are often overlooked but many people adopt a blind dogs and both they and the dog have very happy lives. Read our advice sheet about adopting a blind dog you may be surprised at how rewarding this can be.
To download our advice CLICK HERE - pdf

Deaf Dogs
Deaf dogs are not really that difficult to train if you have the time and commitment to help them learn signs and signals. Our advice sheet will help answer any questions you may have about adopting a deaf dog.
To download our advice CLICK HERE - pdf

Deaf & Blind Dogs
Occasionally we have dogs/puppies who are both deaf and blind. These dogs obviously need extra special homes and our advice sheet will hopefully answer any questions you may have and help you decide if you could offer a home to one of these dogs.
To download our advice CLICK HERE - pdf

Does Your Dog Need Space When on a Lead?
The Yellow Dog Project was created to bring awareness to dogs who need space while training, recovering from surgery, or being rehabilitated. The idea of the project is that dogs that need space wear a yellow ribbon on their lead alerting other dog owners that this particular dog needs some space.

If you think your dog would benefit from wearing a yellow ribbon please visit Yellow Dog UK for more information.

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