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Rescue dog - Wikipedia Open main menu β Edit this page Read in another language Rescue dog Not to be confused with Search and rescue dog. This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards. You can help. The discussion page may contain suggestions. (December 2010) This article reads like an editorial or opinion piece. Please help improve this article by rewriting it in an encyclopedic style to make it neutral in tone. See No original research and WP:NOTOPINION for further details. (December 2010) A rescue dog is a dog that is rescued from a possible euthanasia after being found as a stray, a dog that has been saved from an abusive or neglectful home by an animal rescue organisation such as the RSPCA in the UK, the ISPCA in Ireland, or the ASPCA in the USA. The majority of dogs that arrive in rescue centres are between six months and three years of age and weigh more than fifty pounds.[citation needed] Any breed of dog can arrive in a rescue centre though some breeds are more prevalent than others. In the UK, Staffordshire Bull Terriers or Bull Terrier crossbreeds make up a large proportion of all dogs in rescue simply because of their popularity amongst the low population in general. Labelling a breed as aggressive makes those dogs more difficult to rehome.[1] Many rescue dogs are rehomed quickly, but some wait longer for a home. This may be particularly true when the rescue dog is older. Some agencies provide ongoing health care and support for older dogs after they have been placed. There are several charities dedicated to rescuing and rehoming older dogs.[2] A study conducted by the United States National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy (NCPPSP) in 1998 found that the main reasons for pets being relinquished are: family moving, landlord will not allow pets, too many animals in household, cost of keeping the pet, owner is having personal problems, inadequate facilities, and no homes available for puppies. The study found that 47.7% of dogs turned in to shelters were not altered (spayed or neutered), 33% had not been to a veterinarian, and 96% of dogs had no obedience training. The conclusion of the researchers was that the owners who were relinquishing their pets did not have the knowledge to be responsible dog owners, and that educational programs aimed at present and prospective owners would reduce the number of dogs relinquished to animal shelters.[3][4] See alsoEdit Pet adoption ReferencesEdit ^ Wickham, Fiona (2008-02-14). "UK | Magazine | Ruff deal for the Staffie". BBC News. Retrieved 2014-08-01. ^ "Oldies Club". Oldies.org.uk. Retrieved 2014-08-01. ^ "Dogs from the Shelter". Archived from the original on March 12, 2016. Retrieved March 12, 2016. ^ http://www.naiaonline.org/uploads/WhitePapers/RelinquishedAnimals.pdf External linksEdit Dog Rescue Directory, list of dog rescue centres My Dog Rescue, dog rescue and dog adoption agencies listed by city gratefuldogsrescue, Grateful Dogs Rescue has dogs and puppies for adoption Dog , Grateful Dogs Rescue is a non-profit volunteer-run organization Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rescue_dog&oldid=757096288" Last edited on 28 December 2016, at 19:40 Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. Terms of Use Privacy Desktop

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