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Holding Paw

Pre-Adoption Consultation

Let us help you prepare for your new furry friend!

Choosing a new dog can be a daunting decision, with numerous factors to consider. The abundance of information on the internet only adds to the confusion. By investing in one of the consultations listed below, you gain access to our comprehensive knowledge. This equips you with a better chance of selecting a dog that harmonizes well with your family, and it instills confidence in your preparations for the first week with your new companion. Don't wait until issues arise—be proactive and plan ahead for a smoother transition with your new dog!


This hour-long virtual consultation helps people choose an appropriate dog to bring home. Here is a summary of what this type of consultation might involve:

  1. Understanding dog behavior: Provides information on dog behavior, including the different breeds, their temperament, and common behavioral traits.

  2. Lifestyle analysis: Assesses the lifestyle of the person looking to adopt a dog to help determine which dog breed or individual dog might be a good fit. 

  3. Analyzing behavior: Observes the behavior of potential dogs, looking for signs of aggression, fearfulness, or anxiety. They can also provide guidance on how to interact with the dog and what to look for during the meeting.



This hour-long virtual consultation can be a valuable resource for those who are getting ready to bring a new puppy or dog home. Here is a summary of what this consultation might involve:

  1. Preparing the home: The consultant can provide advice on how to puppy-proof the home.

  2. Choosing the right supplies: The consultant can provide guidance on the best supplies to purchase for the new dog.

  3. House training: The consultant can provide advice on the best ways to house train your new dog, including tips on establishing a routine, teaching the dog where to go to the bathroom, and preventing accidents.

  4. Introductions: The consultant can provide basic advice and tips on how to introduce the dog to new experiences and environments or people and other pets.


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