Bob‘s original family had to move out of State
because of a job change. Bob was not allowed to go with them. They
found him a home with another family.
Bob’s stay with his second family was short. The
head of the household lost his job and felt the pressures of the
economy. Bob was in this home for only seven weeks.
Bob’s third family was the local shelter. Bob sat on
a concrete floor for two weeks in a 4’ x 6’ cage while
tried to find him another
home. No one was interested.
They finally called us for help.
Rescue is Bob’s fourth family and he is only 1 ½ years old.
We arranged to bring him into foster care as soon as we received the
Bob is extremely stressed by being bounced around and
will need time to adjust to his new foster home. We were told Bob
likes other dogs and does very well with cats. Once Bob is a bit
more settled, we will begin the process of finding him his
Here is a report from Bob’s foster mom on his first
“Bob is a good dog overall. He needs work on manners
but is coming along. He does not seem to know how to just be a
dog. He doesn't seem to understand what toys are for. I think he
will come along very quickly with the right encouragement; he is a
Bob has been doing great in the potty area; he only
had one accident when he first came home. He likes the car and
would love to ride shotgun if allowed. I have a feeling he's going
to be on the large side once he fills out. He's a bit taller than
my Louie...who had to get his mug in one of the pictures!
At first, Bob had terrible diarrhea but now it seems
to be under control. He likes to sleep on our bed and has slowly
become Louie’s sidekick. He is still having some trouble adjusting
to my 15 year old lab, but he is getting better. He is eating well
and enjoying his meals.
I do feel that Bob must be placed in a home that has
a fenced yard. He will be a great addition to any family and he is
ever so cute!”