We weren't expecting a third Sheltie however he was pushed into the tiny cage with the girls and lucky for him too. They were scared and confused on arrival at the vet but once they got home to their foster they began to relax.
Gideon is very lovely in every respect, he loves everything and is presently a bit too amorous with the girls. He's been desexed now and will start to calm down over the next few weeks.
He, they, were terrified to go outside as they'd never been walked before. However his foster and the kids have patiently increased walk times and they are all 3 learning to do their business outside. Wow you have to be impressed, we only got them on Tuesday, 4.5 days yay!
We are looking for a home for Gideon, with or without another dog. What's most important is that he lives the life of a dog and a treasured companion. Regular walks, lots of attention and love the things he's never had until now. We hope to have him ready for the next adoption day on the 24th of March.