Living with five black labramutts and fostering for rescue.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Fingers Crossed for Whitley
Whitley is one of my foster dogs. He has been here almost eleven months now. I have pretty much given up hope of finding him a home. The poor guy has some issues - leash reactivity, fence fighting, pacing if he feels anxious, scared of loud noises. It took me about eight of the eleven months to learn how to handle all his issues so everyone can live peacefully here. All except the fence fighting - once he's engaged there is not much I can do until the dog on the other side of the fence is taken in. Not a lot of adoptability here. But ----- there is someone interested in him and I have explained all his issues and he is still interested. Single guy - lives way out in the country in an old farmhouse - no other dogs. This would be a good place for Whit and he so needs his own person. I am keeping my fingers crossed and praying alot that this is his day!
I know I will cry if he gets adopted, but I know in my heart that he would be better off somewhere that has more space and isn't so noisy. That's another pitfall of fostering - getting attached.