I’m 8 years old and I could really use some help with my eyesight ~ it’s just not what it used to be. In fact, right now, I can’t see a thing. I bump into a lot of stuff, but I say excuse me and just keep on going. Once I learn the lay of the house, I am good to go!
Speaking of going, my mom and dad decided to do some social distancing, but for good. So, with that being said, I chose to go, too … to rescue. That way, I can get some help with my eyes and some help with my skin. And I can have a little surgery to help with my loving feelings toward the ladies. Stay tuned to watch my journey through rescue! I’m looking forward to ‘seeing’ you. (See what I did there? Oh, I’m full of ’em!)
6/8/20 Update: Brody’s first week in his foster B&B has been a calm and pleasant one. Brody weighed in at 49 lbs and has a very sweet demeanor. Brody has a long tongue this gives him a bit of challenge at meal time, but he is not starving and manages well with a little mess on his silver tray. He has gotten along well with the senior queen Bulldog of the house. They kiss in passing. Brody does have arthritis, so he sometimes limps, but that doesn’t hold him back from enjoying a walk. He takes his eye medications like a champ.
6/17/20 Update: This special cuddle bug shows his affection with a little head nudge. Brody enjoys taking his bath, a blow dry and brushing. Brody would love to join a family that is laid back and can take him on leisurely walks. He’s also game for some playtime in the grass, with a little water action from the hose!
7/14/20 Update: I’ve been enjoying the dog days of summer. Foster Momma has been laughing at me when I have a conversation with the ice maker. She also is loving when I sing to the sound of thunder.
8/2/20 Update: Every day is a joy with this love bug. And every day, this beautiful boy shows us something new and gives us an extra smile.
8/10/20 Update: Here’s looking at you, kid… Foster Momma says I am good boy, and I’m still working on those little potty accidents. I would say that 98% of the time I go to the door or doggie door. I don’t like to potty when I go for a walk. I like to go when I want to go.