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i just adopted HILDA. i am very excited to get her.
Do you currently own a dog? If not, have you owned dogs as an adult, with vet records in your own name (not parents' names)?
i dont have her yet my dad is picking her up on saturday.
Have you read our adoption policies, located under the "About DRC" tab?
through the web. we need an allergy free dog.
Are you now involved in Rescue? If so, how? Are you interested in volunteering with our rescue?

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At 12:47am on September 4, 2010, Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director said…

At 12:18am on September 4, 2010, Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director said…

At 11:45pm on September 3, 2010, Jacquie Yorke - DRC Director said…
Hi Bianca...I color corrected and cropped your Happy Tales photo for you!

At 12:02am on September 2, 2010, Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie said…
We do leave a regular collar on our dogs with their tags on all of the time but some people don't do that. I feel safer if they always have id tags. I assumed that you knew not to keep a 'choke chain/corrective collar' on the dog all of the time or the Halti either, but some people do not know tha! And many years ago we didn't know not to do that.
At 7:19pm on August 31, 2010, Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie said…
As for walking collars, do check out the Halti or Gentle Leader too. These really work for our Springer Spaniel but you only use them when on a walk.
At 11:47am on August 31, 2010, Liz and Seamus said…
Hi Bianca,
It sounds like you and your sister are getting to know Hilda very well.
First of importance is to prevent her from escaping since this is a very HUGE danger to newly rescued dogs. I would "double tether her" when she is outdoors, that is have 2 leashes on her with 2 ways to secure her, a "Martingale Collar" is a great training type of collar or a "Halti" collar is also really good, that is a loop that goes over her nose and the dog will automatically turn in the direction that you lead. Also, it is very important to register her with an obedience course and to take it with her, and then do the practicing together between classes. I'll call your Dad tonight. thanks for the great photos and update.
At 10:38pm on August 30, 2010, Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie said…
Hilda really is a great doodle name. I am glad you are keeping it, especially if she recognizes it as hers. She sounds pretty lively. We were careful to keep everything we could think of put away until we figured out that our rescue doodle, Clancy wasn't going to chew the wrong things. Ned, our not rescue doodle still gets into the trash if we aren't careful! We use a metal comb so they can't chew it up. We also found that Clancy could get out of his collar so when we walk him we use a corrective collar (some people call it a choke chain). He seems used to this type of collar. We use a Halti when we walk our Springer Spaniel because he pulls on the leash. She is still settling in so you can just give her lots of love for now, but I would take her to a training class. It will help you teach her to do the things you want her to do.
Thank you for the friend request.
At 11:16pm on August 28, 2010, Liz and Seamus said…
How is Hilda? Are you going to change her name? Has she been a good girl? We want to see pictures of Hilda and her new big sisters!!
At 12:05am on August 28, 2010, Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie said…

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