Laura has adopted a rescue dog, Rusty. She hoped that the dog would love her even a fraction of the love he had for her husband. But happily, the couple needed the dog as much as he needed them. Rusty looked very similar to the couple’s closing German Shepherd, Cane.
So, one of the local dog lovers, who volunteered at the Miami-Dade Animal Services, had sent them this dog’s picture. The rescue dog had floppy ears like Cane, and the couple knew that they had to adopt him. But, when they went to Rusty, they saw red writing on his cage that said, “Not good with other dogs, aggressive.”
This made them wish Rusty more because they thought something awful would happen to this big baby if they did not adopt him. They were not sure if anyone would ever adopt Rusty. Thus, they took him in.
Rusty had an awe of automobiles, so the family knew that the dog lived as a stray for a few days. The couple needed to paintings with many demanding situations, and it took a while to get Rusty to warm as much as them. Thankfully, he finally clicked and bonded with Laura’s husband.
They might lie on the sofa together and fall in each other’s arms, literally. Finally, Laura’s husband started out by creating a bedtime habitual for Rusty. At 10 pm every night, the dog went to bed with him. Rusty stopped acting out and certainly began loving him increasingly more.
Their other dog, Slayde, was a senior dog. Laura believed that he probably concept Rusty was too young for him as he became always full of power. The couple even had two cats that were fond of Laura’s husband. The couple called their dog a Miami German Shepherd as he was taller than a normal GSD.
He looked like a German Shepherd by his face, but his body was pretty red. The dog was so expressive with his huge eyes that it melted Laura’s heart. The poor dog still did not know how to play ball and was very protective of his territory. The owners wanted Rusty to see that he had a safe place to stay and that people loved him.