I adopted Kobi when he was 3-4 months old. His litter (4-6 puppie) had been surrendered to lord Smith as they were very neglected. Poor Kobi was the runt of the litter and was very scared of almost everything. My partner and I already had a beautiful Rottweiler so we wanted to get a little brother for company when we were at work. It took a lot of Time and patience for Kobi to come out of his shell and to learn that destroying things was not okay. Then when Kobi was 11 months old he had to have surgery on his “knee” it turned out to be great for our relationship as I had to take care of him 24/7 for two weeks after the surgery and he has since repaid the favour for the last 6 months I have suffered form severe migraines and every time I get one Kobi curls up on the bed, couch, bathroom floor to comfort me and don’t leave my side until I feel better he’s amazing at helping me through the pain and calming me down. He also makes me laugh because he thinks he a human and watches TV sitting up

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