Rescue dogs often come with a variety of training and/or behavioural issues.
While behavioural problems should initially be investigated by a vet, some dogs quite simply have never been socialised or had any training, and may have acquired some bad habits from their previous homes.
Dogs have 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in which to learn how to get the best out of their environment. During the first few weeks of being in a new home, your dog will be learning it’s boundaries.
It is therefore important that you start off on the right foot with your new rescue dog, and a one-to-one training session can help you understand how to provide him/her with feedback about acceptable behaviour in his/her new home.