No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.
Oscar was rescued when he was brought into the shelter with a horrific head injury. Based on what the vet found it appears that some cruel person tried to cut poor Oscars head open. Oscar suffered a big trauma from this incident and was very shy and timid with people. However, Oscar learned slowly how to trust again and as his wounds healed so did he. Thanks for our loving supporters and sponsors Oscar was able to make a full recovery and has since been adopted to a loving home!
Hi Melody, I wanted to report our progress with Oscar Wally Ranger. He’s doing great overall. He get along really well with our dog Emmy. They play all day long and play all sorts of game from tug, wrestling, keep away, stealing toys and just plain chase. We’ve taken Wally to dog parks where he slowly meets new dogs but loves to try and keep up with his fast running sister Emmy. Emmy often shields him from the bigger dogs and keeps him under her watchful eye. Our cats don’t seem to mind him too much and he’s not running after them that much either. Potty training is coming along. He peed on the street during a walk yesterday for the first time! We celebrated. He also didn’t warm up to my husband Blake for about 5 days. But now Blake can put his leash on him and take off, they cuddle on the couch and play in and outdoors. All in all, our living together is working out! Yes! Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!! Best, Deb
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