Despite horrible abuse at the hands of the people who were supposed to love him, our Bo still adores everyone he meets. He is a great dog - super smart, sweet, friendly and obedient. In his previous home, Bo was forced to wear a shock collar to keep him from herding, a instinct that is deeply imbedded in him. He was shocked so often he would drop to the ground from the pain of it. When the people got bored with this method, they locked Bo in a very small outdoor pen where he was simply forgotten about. Concerned neighbors brought him food and water to keep him alive. The day he was rescued marked a new beginning for Bo. He was ecstatic to be rid of that awful life. He has rewarded us by showing us his cool stash of tricks. He can sit, stay, shake, fetch and could learn so much more. He is grateful for every day here, surrounded by love and secure in the knowledge that we will do whatever we can to find him his fantastic forever home.
Buddy Messages (3)
His Buddies, Rich and Donna Shimek, from Winner, South Dakota, sent him this message: "Hey Bo We take comfort in knowing that you have a warm place to stay, canine friends and people who love you. Alas, as good as it is, it's not the loving forever home you were promised. We think of you often. May God speed your journey my friend. Love Rich and Donna" Bo sends Rich and Donna many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
His Buddy, Kim Allison, from Alexandria, Virginia, sent him this message: "Hi Bo - you are such a handsome boy and so smart! I am so sad to read of all that happened to you. Sending love from the east coast to you!" Bo sends Kim many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
His Buddy, Christy Meyen, from Omaha, Nebraska, sent him this message: "Bo, I am so happy you have found a temporary home at HUA. May the rest of your life be full of love and kindness. Christy, Chelsea, Chance and Brody send love and hugs your way everyday!" Bo sends Christy, Chelsea, Chance and Brody many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.