2 Week Shutdown…
West Coast Boxer Rescue
by S-Designs
10M ago
Tips For Introducing Your Newly Adopted Boxer To Your Home The secret to being successful when adopting a rescue dog is by first giving the new dog time to adjust to you, your family, the home, and other pets in the new environment — before introducing him to new people, taking him out on any big adventures, etc. While we realize every dog is unique and every dog adjusts differently, for the most part we recommend what we call the “Two-Week Shut Down.” Why The Two-Week Shut Down? The Two-Week Shut Down is a time familiar to a dog’s mind. It mimics the whelping box when first born, when the pup ..read more
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The Gate Escape(Threshold Training For Your Dog)
West Coast Boxer Rescue
by S-Designs
1y ago
This is a great article from McCann Dog Training for training portal/thresholds for your dog. This is a skill that every dog should have just to be safe. Yikes! The gate blew open. Where is the dog? A delivery at the front door. Oh no, the dog ran out. Today we’re going to talk about threshold training with your dog. This is an important concept and something I teach to all of my dogs when they are young. They are never allowed to move through the front door or the backyard gate without my say so! This is a big fear of mine. What happens if the dog slips out the back gate because the wi ..read more
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WCBR’s New Website
West Coast Boxer Rescue
by S-Designs
1y ago
Hello All! We are excited to announce our new website. Our previous site was originally constructed in 2013 by Rene Tuttle. Rene did an AMAZING job on the original site and it worked hard for us for 9 years. We felt it was time to update our look, have some new features, functionality and to make your access to our information hopefully easier than ever before. Let us know how we are doing in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you ..read more
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