Amigo, my buddy, my friend. That’s what I call him. I’ve also dubbed him Funny Face, but FDW hates it when I call him that. We can both call him fearless. This guy survived living in a drain pipe as a puppy…he has some scars to prove it. He’s handled adopting FDW and me just as fearlessly.
To recap, we’d searched for a rescue dog and heard about a mixed breed with a sad story back in January. On her way to work each morning, a doggie rescue lady in Gallup, NM, noticed a small dog or puppy living in a
|Amigo's first home|
Both dogs were placed in foster care. Wylie was several years old and placed in a home that specialized in blind dogs. He was eventually adopted by the foster mom. Amigo was believed to be between nine months and a year. We adopted Amigo and his foster mom cried as we drove away.
|Sadi loves Amigo|
His favorite thing is retrieving…preferably in the water. Oh, does he love water.
|Throw me the stick, FDW|
|Amigo loves Sadi|
He loves our granddaughter, too. She’s a big animal lover, practically a canine whisperer, so they have a great time together.
We’re happy this rescue dog found us.
|Amigo, my buddy, my friend|