As you may or may not know, in addition to working with Almost Home Rescue, the Mr. and I work with the Bully Underground Rescue Network. Laynie was our first foster through BURN and we had nothing but great experiences with them. When I asked them to cross post Anna, hoping that anyone specifically looking for a pittie would find her on BURN’s site, I also asked if they had any dogs I could blog about. My contact there told me that Angus was being fostered by Sarah, a volunteer in Portland, who just so happens to be the one who did our home visit to get approved to foster! I reached out to her to see if she wanted to write a guest post and she did. So here are Sarah’s thoughts about her current foster, Angus.
I’d like to introduce our guy Angus. He is our third foster dog through BURN (Bully Underground Rescue Network) and the third time really is a charm! Angus is a young black lab mix, we’re guessing about a year old and we really can’t say enough great things about him. He’s goofy, playful, smart, energetic, eager, good-natured and did I mention goofy? It is really so hard to believe that anyone could abandon such a good heated puppy.
Angus surprises us over and over with his amazing listening skills. We might have low standard from his “mind of her own” foster sis but when we ask or tell him something he actually does it. My favorite is when you ask him where his ball is and he goes on the hunt. He is also so smart and fun to train because he desperately wants to please. Just this morning when I called upstairs to my husband that it was time to go Angus promptly walked into to his crate and plopped down.
Angus wants his forever home so bad he’ll pretty much do anything for it. He promises to love whole heartedly, cuddle like it’s his job and always be up for an adventure.
Since a picture is worth a thousand words here are a few more of my favorites of Angus.
If you are interested in becoming Angus’ forever home just visit him on Petfinder.