That said, let's get to two of this week's faces.
Grover has been a resident of BFAS for 6 years. He lost his original home due to severe nervous anxiety. Medication has helped, but he still suffers from separation anxiety and cannot be left alone for too long. He loves attention, long walks, and is terribly affectionate with an expressive face (he works it, too!).
Hutch, only 5, has been at the shelter for 4 of those years. He is aggressive towards other dogs, but great with people. Who wouldn't want that sweet little face jogging alongside them?
Special thanks also to Molly Wald and Gary Kalpakoff, both from Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, for generously sharing their photographs and allowing me to paint from them.
Thanks, as always, for looking.
And for supporting groups like Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. Every little bit makes a difference - one life changed is one life changed.
See you tomorrow,
PS Don't forget to catch the National Geographic Channel's "Dog Town" series that focuses entirely on the dogs rehabilitated at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.
Kimberly Kelly Santini
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