Poor Logan was sent to the shelter when his mom died. He had lived with her for 11 years and his whole life was turned upside down when he lost her. He and his brother Bear were very well cared for- they came with a long veterinary history including neuters, vaccines, and heartworm prevention. But they were also dirty and smelly and completely terrified; the shelter staff couldn't handle them, no other rescues would take a chance on them, and they had little hope of making it out alive. At GOT we're pretty good at squeezing in little dogs, so these fluffy fellows hitched a ride from Virginia for their second chance.
When he first came to us, Logan was understandably nervous and wasn't ready to trust his new mom. He was happy to be around other animals but wasn't sure what kind of relationship he wanted to have with people. It was obvious that he wanted to be loved and snuggled, but it just took him a while to realize that he was going to be safe here. Now that he knows no one is going to hurt him, he is doing great! He needs a little help getting up on the couch but is always looking to snuggle and get kisses. We are working on house training (it's hard to behave when other dogs choose to be naughty!), and making progress with leash work (although a fenced yard will be very helpful for general training and socializing). Logan rides well in the car and does well meeting new people. He's a cute and sweet little guy who just needs someone to understand his quirks.
Although Logan and Bear have lived together forever, they are not especially great friends and do not have to be adopted together. Because he's got a few sensitive spots and is still a little nervous about being picked up, Logan cannot be placed in a home with young children. He is good with other pets but would also be fine as an only fur baby.