Sunday, October 01, 2006

Why Not Take a Chance?

Our newest foster has experienced a lot in his 2 years on this earth. Chance started his life with a couple who loved him dearly. But, when Chance's elderly father passed away, Chance's elderly mom moved in with family. A child in that family tormented poor Chance. As if losing his dad and moving to an unfamiliar environment wasn't hard enough, Chance now had to defend himself against a child.

And to top it all off, Chance had to undergo a hip joint replacement. Fortunately, his recovery has been a smooth one and now Chance presents no complications.

As Chance settles into his new foster home- a quiet, structured and disciplined environment- we'll take the opportunity to sort out Chance's emotional woes. We are optmisitic that a life without fear, a life of exercise and play, a life of structure will do Chance a world of good.

If you are interested in helping Chance blossom into his full canine potential, please visit our Available Dogs Page.

2 Comments:

At 4:50 PM, Blogger Michelle said...

What a handsome little man! Know he will be "snapped" up shortly.

 
At 12:08 PM, Anonymous Steve Lawrence said...

Day 4 with Chance.... He is a real treat, ignores the cat, much to her disappointment and loves the back yard too. He has slept in his bed all night every night and is enjoying going to work with me. I must admit it has brought a tear to my I a few times having a Boson back in my life. Everyone should be so blessed

 

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