When Cory and I adopted Campbell we had no idea what we were in for.
Needless to say, rescuing an abused dog is tough stuff. It’s very rewarding, but also absolutely exhausting. And although we’ve been lovin’ on Campbell for a year now, I still consider him to be a huge enigma (and he us, I’m sure )
Campbell love people and hates – with the fiery passion of one thousand suns - dogs. He paces constantly, but will find time to relax in order to Ellen DeGeneres.
He doesn’t know how to play with toys and he’s convinced another dog lives in our fire place (aka: his reflection.)
That said, we have made progress. You know, he’ll now come into the kitchen, which means he’s overcome his fear of tile. He walks through sliding glass doors, which means he’s overcome his fear of sliding glass doors. He trusts us now, which means he’s overcome the fear of us – which is huge.
But he still confuses the hell outta me.
He fears the Swiffer and the sound of a cereal bag, but he gets over-the-moon-excited about frolicking outside in a hurricane (?!)
Sandy, meet your one and only fan.
Let’s chat – Do you have any pets?
Joking aside – I hope everyone is Sandy’s path is staying safe! It’s just rain here in Richmond, VA.