When dog mom Suzanne came across a picture of Jack Russell mix, Neville she instantly fell in love. Already a rescue dog owner, she had been browsing her local rescue centers website simply out of curiosity.
Nevertheless, she soon found herself in a three-hour-long line at the center to register interest in adopting the pup.
“He was 10 years old and I knew instantly that I loved him!” Susanne told The Dodo. “I queued for three hours outside the center to ensure I was the first to register my interest, and we bonded the moment we clapped eyes on each other.”
The pup who is now 12, had spent a considerable amount of time living on the streets and then at shelters and was naturally struggling to settle. It is believed he’d been used for breeding and had clearly been treated quite badly.
At first, he used to compete for food and tried to feed directly from the floor or from my other dog’s bowl. Unfazed and committed Suzanne decided to train Nev how to eat out of a bowl.
“I had to train him to…
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