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A little over a year ago we rescued the most friendly little Sable boy from the Northern Chesapeake Sheltie Rescue in Maryland. Beau had been abandoned because is previous owner couldn’t handle his special needs.
When Beau came to live with us he was timid and cowered at the smallest sound. He was also very under weight and wouldn’t eat his food unless I hand fed him.
After a few months with Beau we found out that he has OCD. We have been working on training him and giving him the right medication to help him live a normal puppy life. Coda (our 4 year old Sheltie) has been a great help as well. She plays with him and tries to correct him when she can.
Now, a little over a year later, Beau is a healthy boy who thinks that every human is put here to give him love :) He says hello to all strangers and never hesitates to give them lots of kisses. He sleeps in between me and my husband in the bed and doesn’t mind being squished because it makes hims feel safe. He starts his mornings with a romp around the house with Coda and spends his days trying out every soft surface in the house as a sleeping spot.
We were very scared about adopting a dog who had been abused and neglected, but Beau has been amazing and I recommend adopting to everyone who says they’re ready to bring home a dog.
Way to go, Nicole!
Beau lives with 2 kittens who somehow have the knack of getting him covered in post-it-flags from books that I am reading. They not only have to get the book off of a high shelf, but then somehow decorate Beau. The first time they had time covered from head to tail with 5 different colors!
Poor Beau, he doesn’t stand a chance with a tag team of kittens in the house, Grace!
“By some miracle I was connected to a Sheltie named Beau a couple of months ago when he was 9 months old. He loves everyone;almost every dog, and my 2 kittens. He is a favorite everywhere he goes and his smile lights up a room. Here is a picture of him the day he arrived home in the all of 5 minutes that it took him to warm up to us.”