When we first met him, Dougal was a quiet, scared little dog, who stared at us in fear from the back of his cage. The lovely SAS staff allowed us to spend some time in a yard with him, where although he would not let us touch him, he began to play with us. We fell in love.
In the two and a half years since, with lots of patience on both sides, he has gone from being terrified of new people, to an absolute social butterfly. He now attends work with me, where he plays with other pups all day, and only last weekend went (along with his greyhound best friend) to a greyhound meet in Melbourne, where he made 200 new greyhound friends.
He has motivated me to pursue my dream career in veterinary nursing, and is a constant light in my life when stress becomes too much.
We still have a lot of work to do, but he is such an eager student that he makes it feel easy.

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