Sherman found a wonderful new home at the Sports Basement adoption event. It was so hard for the wonderful Grateful Dogs Rescue volunteer who fostered him back to good health after he was returned to Grateful Dogs Rescue - she will miss him terribly. This is one charming dog. Here he is on his way to his new forever home.
Sherman is a nine year-old dachshund/rat terrier mix who was adopted from Grateful Dogs Rescue nine years ago and then recently surrendered back to us – fat, with overgrown toenails, a mouth full of bad teeth, and never seen by a vet even once in all those years. But he's now had major dental work done, shaping up on a diet of low-cal kibble instead of junk food and tons of exercise (slimmed down to about fifteen pounds) and now has theperfect home he deserves after all the dues he's paid.
Here's what some of the GDR volunteers had to say about Sherman.
"Good luck, little funny face! I'll miss you SO much! Congratulations on your newest adventure and the best of luck to you and your new forever family! We'll always love you buddy! ♥"
"So happy for the Sherminator!! I'll miss seeing that face."