Odin (in back) has found his forever home – FINALLY! His journey was a long and winding road told by his foster-now forever mom Kathy:
Odin was in a shelter in NC after being found as a stray. A good Samaritan had been feeding him for weeks and was finally able to get him to the shelter. I was able to pull him the day his stray hold was up, and temp fostered him. At the time, I had to come up with a name for him and Odin came to mind. Little did we know, he is much more of an Odie than Odin .
We fell in love with Odin right from the start but at that time there were other dogs with pressing needs, and we had our hands full. Odin was evaluated by Kanupp Kennels as a service dog, but I was glad when he failed every test, first try! They said he was a sweet dog but didn’t have the calm stability needed to be a service dog, so back home with me he came. Once again, we were inundated with foster dogs, and it was time for Odin to go up for adoption. He had met a family while at Kanupp Kennels and they adopted him. When that did not work out, we knew Odin needed to come back with us!! Permanently!
He has been part of this pack for quite some time now and adds just the right amount of fun and silliness. He has the cutest little wiggle and the sweetest little face when he sits down in front of you and looks back with loving eyes!! He found his place easily with Sadie and Lincoln (SEGSP Alum) and can often be found sharing a bed with Sadie. He will sit on the edge of her big bed and wait and when she doesn’t object, he crawls in behind her and snuggles up.
Odin is in the back of this photo, Lincoln front right and Sadie on the left.
Thank you, Kathy, for all the love and attention you give all your foster dogs (and you’ve had many). Congrats on your adoption of Odin!