July 26, 2015---by Volunteer Gwen I took Simon home for a spa day, not just to give this sweet boy a break from kennel life but to give me a chance to bathe him, take some photos and write an accurate blurb. Unlike many rescue dogs who have not seen many humans, Simon enthusiastically greeted both me and my husband. It is unusual for rescue dogs to be comfortable around men so this give Simon an edge over most of the competition. Outdoors and with our dogs he is fun-loving and curious---definitely submissive. We don't have a cat to test his reaction, but since he looks so steadily to humans and other dogs for cues on how to behave, I would expect him to learn cat manners in record time. His first trip indoors was scary but it was good to see that he looked to the humans to help him understand weird stuff like ceiling fans, flushing toilets, and voices coming out of black boxes.
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