There is so much I want to say about our time with Reeses Pieces, but we'd be here forever. You were still a young puppy when someone knew they wouldn't be able to give you the life you deserved. She was thrilled to know there was already someone here being called Peanut Butter. You were a quiet girl and enjoyed your time playing like a puppy should and learning like a puppy should. You also learned some very specific training here as we are always using brain power. Meanwhile, someone was asking about finding an emotional support animal. Knowing when we connected that you would fit that spot easily, we met her and even though you were distracted by spring, she was eager to have you be that support animal. Turns out, you are already learning tasks to help your handler. How awesome is that for a Reeses Pieces Peanut Butter Cup? Love you to pieces baby girl.
He came in dehydrated, underfed, and unaltered. We began right away to change that for him. He came in with a name that did not fit his description, nor did he actually respond to it very often. He didn't like being in a crate, so Crate Games was used to help him adjust so he learned we let him out to play after the two new foster females had their chance to be out. He loved playing with everyone already altered right away. This made going for a tandem walk work well here. He was very food motivated so itsyerchoice was used and understood quickly by him around here. He met so many people and dogs while here that it was fun to see him so happy. There ended up being so many people that helped him get to his forever home, we cannot completely express our gratitude to them all. Bruce is where he is supposed to be, with someone who loves him by working with him. He is happy and healthy and we are so excited for him!
It actually started with a phone call and then a message from the person who took you in. If it weren't for them deciding that they were okay with fostering you, you may have never found a home. Taken in to help save her at the age of 9 1/2, you were still so hyper and puppylike, it was amazing. You did well there and learned what was acceptable and what was not. Posting you and sharing you helped in so many ways. Your new family saw the post, asked to meet you, and then decided you would fit into their pack just fine. I'm so glad you met your foster when you did and that a family with knowledge and a pack met you and decided you fit right in. Thank the angels for good people and have the bestest life sweet Angel.
Caliah Blue is an Irish Staffordshire. She is now 11 years old and a great first dog. She meets all the fosters with grumbling, but acceptance.