Last Weeks With Enzo


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Our sweet foster boy Enzo is one step closer to home. In a few weeks, he will depart on transport to a rescue organization in Iowa. Originally we were not going to send him on another transport but our partners in Iowa heard the whole story (here, if you missed it) and are confident they can find him a great home in no time. They adore Chows and Enzo’s story, photos and videos have stolen their hearts.

Last weekend, Enzo graduated from Basic Obedience Class. The class is designed off the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen curriculum so he’ll be ready to start CGC training or advanced training with his new family. He’s matured into a wonderfully trained pup and we’re certain we’re going to have a hard time letting go.

I can’t believe he is the same doggy we rescued 7 months ago. As he got settled into life with our family, his personality started to shine and we came to realize just how amazing he is. Enzo is the best lizard hunter you’ll ever meet (watch out, Harley), the biggest diva in the house (brush and pamper me, please), the softest pillow to rest on and the best ‘hugger’ you could ask for.

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Scarlett’s headrest 😉

We’ve uploaded videos on our YouTube channel of Enzo at dog training and playing with our pups at home. Check them out and see just how far this beautiful dog has come! I’m one proud foster mommy 🙂

We’re treasuring the last few weeks we have together and are bracing for the day we let him go so he can finally find the forever love he so deserves. Love you, Enzo!!!

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9 responses to “Last Weeks With Enzo

  1. Good luck Enzo. We love you! What’s better than an Enzo headrest!? That is so cute!

  2. Wow! He’s doing so well… safe travels Enzo. 🙂

  3. Here’s to the happiest furever home ever, Enzo!!

  4. I really hope that the rescue does right by Enzo this time. 🙂

    I am curious about where you train. Does the asphalt get hot for the dog’s feet? Do you worry about throwing treats on the ground in a parking lot where there may be chemicals from cars left behind? We are always paranoid about our dogs eating or licking anything in a parking lot.

    • I am so excited for him- the women in this group are amazing at matching dogs with their new forever families.

      We train at a school at 7:30 pm and the asphalt is pretty cool by then. Day classes are in a field or indoors but we can’t attend due to work. We’re always concerned about chemicals but in this case we are more thankful for the wonderful training and extra helping hand they provide to our fosters.

  5. I’m wishing Enzo a happily ever after. You’ve done a wonderful job with him, I’m wondering how hard this is going to be for you.

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