The ASPCA will soon expand its behavioral rehabilitation efforts. "Due to the success of our pilot program in New Jersey, we are planning to build a permanent center near Weaverville, North Carolina, to help dogs with behavioral challenges become suitable for adoption," Schneider said. The center is expected to open in 2017.
Additionally, BRC keeps records of the techniques it has used. By keeping track of its successes, staff members hope to share their findings and provide guidance for other rehabilitation centers.
There are many abused and neglected dogs in the U.S. who desperately want to learn how to forget their fears. Thanks to the help of the ASPCA and other animal welfare organizations, perhaps humans can learn a little more about how to treat them.
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