Adopted on May 8, 2009
Dadamine came to us as an owner surrender, along with two other males, Cyrus and Blitz. Although the owner loved the dogs, especially Dadamine, and provided a huge fenced-in yard for them, he was overwhelmed with taking care of them. He wanted to insure that they would be well cared for and so GSRNE took “Dad” (and the others) into foster care where they did very well. Those of you who made it to the auction, met “Dad” when he made an appearance to make sure Lauralee was doing her auctioneering “job” right.
And now for the update from Dad’s new home!
Dadamine is liking it here in Plympton, but I thought he would when he fell asleep on the ride home from Dedham, where he was living as a foster dog.
We usually have breakfast, then go for our walk which is about a mile, then either go out for errands or go to work in the shop. He has learned that if we go out the front door we’re going for a ride, but if we go into the garage, we are going to the shop to work. He has toys in the shop that squeak and in the house as he doesn’t like them if they don’t squeak.
He has become a favorite “greeter” with my customers and loves them as they love him. He gets excited whenever somebody comes over but settles down when asked to.
Usually after lunch or after work I’ll bring him out back to run a bit. He has definitely adjusted well to life here and loves going to the club or to our trainer. Our trainer has been training for almost 20 years and he said, “Adam you have a good one.”