Beans has been with us for three weeks now. She is a big puppy who is very happy to
have room to run. She is learning not to chase cats and to not counter surf.
She now works with me and when I tell her it’s time to go to work she runs back to the
office ready for the day.
She will be spayed soon and when healed will meet our other dogs.
She is eager to please and you can tell she hasn’t had a lot of attention because she
soaks it up. She’s gaining some weight so her ribs don’t show as much but she is
She loves toys and destroys a few every day happily much to the sadness of my other
mastiff when he hears his toys being pulled apart. Kongs filled with peanut butter are a
Beans is a work in progress as she needs training and has very little . We are doing a
little bit everyday and since she is very food motivated she likes training sessions.
I’m very glad MRF was able to take Beans in and she is no longer spending her days in
a kennel, she has way to much energy for that. I have high hopes that she will fit in with
our pack in the weeks to come. She is our 2nd MRF foster and yes we failed the first
time. However in this case, failing isn’t a bad thing.
Our Fosters always have first right to adopt their foster, MRF does not rush. It takes
patience and time to make that great canine companion. The young dogs under 3 years
old.need training and socialization so we require that the adopter or foster go to outside
training and finish out a Canine