Would You Stay In Kennels?

I have no doubt that you have either been to a rescue centre or that you have seen pictures of dogs in rescue. While it’s great to know that they’re safe and being cared for, we’re all hoping that they find their forever home.

 

Why?

It’s a no brainer, isn’t it?

Why would you stay trapped in kennels when there’s a chance of living a full life?

As humans, we create our own kennels. We’re all too often bound by the experiences we have had, the beliefs that we hold and the messages that circle our mind telling us that we’re not good enough, that success and happiness is for other people or that we can’t have it all.

If you can tell me that you would walk around a rescue centre thinking that the dogs aren’t good enough to live a full life, that they don’t deserve happiness because they’ve experienced tough times or that they can’t have it all, then ok, you might not want to read on.

If you read that thinking; ‘are you insane, of course, I would never walk around a rescue centre thinking that?’ then please can you tell me why there seems to be one rule for dogs who have been let down by humans and another rule for humans who have been let down by humans.

Seriously, your future does not have to be determined by your past. Those restrictions that you’re placing on yourself, your very own kennel, can be eradicated and you can live the life that you really deserve.

The life you deserve is absolutely within reach and just like the life we want our rescue dog friends to enjoy, it’s simple, loving and easier to find than we might think.

If you’re ready to smash through that kennel door, or simply open the door without any great drama, join us for a game-changing day, where the human and a canine co-tutor will show you exactly how you can do just that.

All the info is here and if you have any questions, please get in touch.

About Canine Perspective CIC

We’re a social enterprise inspiring positive change through the power of the human-canine bond. Our profits fund Canine Hope, our signature programme dedicated to working with survivors of rape and sexual violence, with rescue dogs as our canine co-tutors. It is the reason Canine Perspective CIC exists! Canine Hope is delivered in partnership with charities and social enterprises working with survivors.

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