Today Drago, a fabulous American Staffordshire left for his new home. He arrived identified but the ScPA was unable to reach his owners. This may or may not be a good thing. Perhaps despite being category 2, he was not “en regle”, or perhaps his owner simply did not want him anymore. In either case, Drago was looking for a new home.
Jenna and her husband were looking for a second dog, to help their deaf dog, Logan. So the new dog had to be okay with other dogs, as well as cats and children. Intially came to the refuge sepecifically to meet a different dog. One who was not categorised as being dangerous. However when they met Drago they knew he was the one. Provided he met the criteria, that is.
The meeting with Logan went well, as did meeting the children. But how would Drago do in the cat house? Well, let’s just say that this tough looking lad got biffed around the face and didn’t react at all, so that was more than okay! So Jenna and Cedric set about getting the required permits . This can be easy, but it can also be difficult. Completing the obligatory training course was the easy bit in this case, but getting insurance and the permit from the mairie took a bit longer. However all in all it was not too bad, and 8 weeks after his arrival at the ScPA, Drago has a new home.
We hope he will be as happy as he deserves to be. As EVERY dog deserves to be, in fact.
Many thanks to Jenna and her family. We look forward to news and photos, of course.