Grant came to our home after a plea on social media. He was bought off the street from a group of people who claimed they owned him. No proof was ever given and it may have been that they wanted him as a stud. We are very happy 2 volunteers would not let that happen. We planned several meet and greets between him and Caliah and all went fine. He was labeled dog aggressive and stranger aggressive. Grant was a very good dog in our home after many weeks of rehabilitation here with the other dogs present. Many people, unfortunately, backed out of their obligation to help him. We learned, a lot, about people who label themselves trainers also. So we just kept working with him. He loved basketballs and assumed each and every one of them belonged to him. A family in northern Wisconsin adopted him. And we are sad to report that even with all the paperwork and investigation, sometimes people are not whom they claim they are. We have been told that Grant, after meeting the dog sibling and the people in the home, did not stay with them. And while we will never know the truth from those people, apparently, he had an encounter with something on the road and he passed away. Grant has earned his wings and has gone over the rainbow bridge. You left us with a hole in our hearts and many lessons learned, but we want to thank you so much for being a great pibble while with us. Silly ole bear.
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.