Introductions | Dog-to-Baby
By CDWA | Sentience | Behaviour | August 3, 2020
The number of families who surrender their dogs because a new baby is born is staggering. While rescues and other organizations exist to help with re-homing, and it is sometimes really required, it’s an agonizing decision and process for families and dogs, whose destinies become painfully uncertain.
Pets are family members and families should never go through the angst of having to choose who goes. Don’t give up.
With a little help, a strong bond between dog and baby can form that will enrich the baby’s life, for life.
Forming a Strong Family Bond, After the Baby Arrives
A professionally-guided dog-to-baby introduction is the remedy to most situations. It’s so easy to do, yet missing this step can lead to devastation. This process is guided by a Certified Trainer.
One of these Trainers is Ashley Baylen. She works with families across Canada and has the unique Pups n’ Tots service, which helps families form the bond between pet and baby. Ashley provides assessment and training, and sets the union up for optimal success.
Pups n’ Tots classes are affordable. They also keep dogs in homes.