Ted had spent his young life doing as he pleased and using his teeth to get his own way. He was aggressive from day one with other dogs and with anyone who tried to get him to do anything that he didn’t want to do. All he wanted was to play and get his own way. It wasn’t long before we discovered that brushing him posed a real problem.
After six months of rehabilitation we decided we knew he would not be able to go into a companion home and when he saw sheep rounding them up was the last think on his mind, they just made him feel hungry! He is now safe in our Sanctuary, loves the paddling pool, enjoys walks with a trainer and having free time in the play areas. He is still an angry little man with other dogs but he’s also a happy little Sanctuary boy.