ate my wall. Then I persuaded another foster home to take him, by taking one of her foster dogs that didn't get along with her own dog. We switched fosters, and the foster dog I took from her got adopted almost immediately, while she's had Duke for over three months now. In my own defense, I have offered to take Duke back - several times. The first time was right after he ate her wall. The second time was after he dug out of the yard underneath the fence. The remaining times were usually after another one of my foster dogs went home and I had room to take him back. Each time she declined, claiming she liked the little guy. So I happily went on with taking in other foster dogs that as of yet have NOT eaten any drywall in my house. Oh and as for Duke, last Saturday he went out on a trial adoption! I am now taking bets on how long it'll be before he eats their wall and gets returned. Is that wrong?
You know how sometimes you hear a story after its been told by several people, and later you find out all of the details were wrong? I'm about to tell you one of those stories, and since I don't know all of the details, I think I'll make up some of my own. Just so you know.
Fan Club (autographed pictures are forthcoming to all fans!), I think I can leverage the whole "Green" Environmental craze to get Ziggy a home. After all, we already know he is a "green" dog. And obviously he is working hard to recycle every single thing he can fit in his mouth. If I can turn it into a positive instead of a negative, maybe Ziggy will be in high demand! In the meantime, I'm still keeping an eye out for that lumberjack family to come along.