Fuji came to us on a beautiful afternoon in October of 2002. When we
first met Fuji, he was thin and hyperactive. We learned that he
spent most of his time in a crate due to “behavior problems.” We
were told he was aggressive toward people and other dogs. With just
one look at him, we knew these terrible things could not be true.
Fuji’s first night at our home was a difficult experience. He was
unsure about his new environment, and we were worried about his
behavior. We stuck it out because we knew Fuji deserved a chance to
prove himself a wonderful dog.
Four months have passed since we brought Fuji home. We have given
him the love and attention he deserves and in turn, he has warmed
our hearts and brought us great joy. We have worked on any so-called
“behavior problems” by socializing Fuji to other dogs and completing
obedience training. He has a new lease on life with free-range of
the house while we are gone during the day. We take Fuji everywhere
we go. He loves long walks in the park and playing chase around the
house. He loves to be in our laps and always wants to be by our
side. He loves to eat, to sleep under the covers, and to wear
handsome sweaters when it’s cold. Fuji is a sweet and loving boy who
just needed attention and love. We are so glad we brought Fuji home
with us that beautiful fall day, and we know he is forever grateful
that we did.