“It’s a great feeling – not so much that we chose him – this morning’s reaction when we first met, I think, shows that he chose us as well,” Todd said.
“He’s not under good care, he’s under the best care right now… his prognosis is great. He’s gonna find an incredible home after his long road to recovery.”
Boo is dog-friendly, so if you think he could be the pup for you, visit the Detroit Youth & Dog Rescue’s Facebook page for more information.
Dogs Living on Piles of Feces in a Basement Get a Breath of Fresh Air for the First Time in 7 Months
“There was barely any light in the room, and so when we opened the door, that was the first sunlight the dogs had seen in seven months.”
“No one would give him a ride to her new place. That’s when she decided to walk the Saint Bernard mix the entire way. He was going from a life on a chain in one backyard to another.”