Blind dogs have a wonderful ability to find their way around obstacles that humans would find challenging. They can jump up onto their beds, jump over low barriers, walk round the myriad of obstacles they encounter every day. Their trust and love for those who care for them is a joyful experience and will melt the hearts of the compassionate person or family who adopts them.
ADOPT A TIMID DOG – What to do
All our dogs are very affectionate and loving but many are timid initially due to the traumatic experiences they had as puppies. They need a very patient dog lover to win their confidence and the rewards will be returned 10 times. If your heart is stolen by a timid dog the most important thing to understand is that your chosen companion will want to hide away for the first couple of days.
Make a hidey hole for him/her in a corner, under a table or in a kennel where your new comer can watch the goings on in your house from the safety of their hiding place. Make it cosy for them and put their food and water nearby so they don’t have to come out. Every time you approach talk to them in a soothing and loving manner and put your hand out to be licked. After the first lick you know you are on the way to gaining a good friend. It may take a few days or even a week but one day your beautiful new friend will come out to greet you and soon be wagging their tail.
All the dogs in this section are very pretty and handsome young dogs. Some of them have pure bred blood mixed with Thai blood making them not only beauties but full of character. Several of them have been adopted as small puppies but through no fault of their own were brought back. We cannot stress enough that puppies and dogs are living creatures not machines and they will misbehave.