|Ke-ola before his morning walk.|
I didn't get many pictures today as I am learning how to balance seeing clients and writing the blog. I was fortunate enough to have the support of my family to give Ke-ola my undivided attention until he was healthy. It was a sacrifice for everyone in my household. I am very grateful to each one of my family/pack for giving me this opportunity. Now that he is better it's time for life to normalize. It has been an interesting adjustment so far.
|It's a stick mom!|
He has become very attached to our family and he wants to do his job and protect us. He only knows the rules of the streets. That's how he survived through so many hardships on his own. Now that he feels that he has a pack he doesn't want anything or anyone to hurt us. It will take some time and lots of training and corrections to help Ke-ola learn the rules of living in a "safe environment". One can not blame him for his apprehension, its only natural. Humans showed him to be scared and now it's up to humans to show him to trust.
Ke-ola is always happy to play with Kadante.
Wishing you and your pack peace today and everyday. Thank you for visiting.
You can find us on Facebook:
Our page hopes to encourage more people to adopt not shop by sharing stories of successful shelter/rescue dog adoptions & useful info for a healthy dog.
This group is an open group for rescues, fosters, shelter staff, volunteers to post dogs in need of adoption, transport or rescue. Our group’s admin is not affiliated with any posts or posters nor do we have any further information about a post. We are merely offing another place online to help get dogs seen, safe and in their forever homes.
Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109405533286226395235