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A rescue dogs’ journey to safety

Our understanding of the lived experience of a dog is improving all the time, especially our understanding of their needs for secure attachments and a brain that has a primary focus on being safe. These needs are felt most acutely by dogs that find themselves going through the rescue system.

Often the dog that has been relinquished has been forced to leave their previous social connections. Even if that home was not good for them, they will have formed attachments of some sort – even insecure ones are important to the brains need to connect.

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