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We first saw Harold’s story in December 2018. One look at his face and we knew we had to help him. When he first came to our home he was very scared and quiet.
His first full day with us consisted of lots of cuddles on the couch and sniffing around our house. After a few days he started to play a little with our other dog, Wesson, but since Wesson is a Doberman and much bigger than him, Harold would get scared pretty fast if the play got to be too much for him. But they became fast friends and love chasing each other around the house.
You better watch out if you hear them coming up behind you because they are fast! Sometimes they can be seen walking side-by-side, shoulder-to-shoulder. Harold does whatever Wesson does.
It only took about a week for Harold to learn from Wesson that hitting the patio door meant that you wanted to go outside. They didn’t like being separated while Harold had to be kept calm for a month after heartworm treatment. His first day of “freedom” after that was exciting for both dogs.
Now, if they aren’t playing or chasing the other one around while one holds a tennis ball in his mouth, they can be found trading sleeping places on the couch or looking feverishly for the elusive red dot that sometimes appears in the living room. 😁😉
We think Harold thinks the dot lives in our fireplace. Sometimes when he is walking by he stops and looks in there and growls lol
Harold is SO LOVED!