Duke was adopted out a few times but was soon brought back. He either he growled at men or bit them. He was also fiercely protective of babies; he wouldn't let people near them.
My youngest child met him and fell in love; they became best buds. Duke was a role model for rescues always being a shoulder to lean on, especially for the smaller dogs.
He doesn't like my dad; I think it's the hat. He didn't like my brother-in-law at first, but now is his buddy because Lee took him 'Muddin'. Duke loves to ride; all you have to do is ask him to get the keys and he will and meet you at the door. He would live in the car if you let him. He's in the states (U.S.) with my oldest son, but when I visit he's my bed buddy.
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Duke, My Bed Buddy
On another note, if you're planning a holiday trip with your furry friends, perhaps a few tips would be helpful in getting him (and you) ready. Stop by my friends at GoPetFriendly to see my latest guest post, Preparing Rover to be a Well-Behaved Holiday Visitor. Happy travels!
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