Kaiser was pulled from the SPCA by Fresno Bully Rescue and was brought into our home for foster. After only a few days of being here, Kaiser started to show symptoms of parvo, a virus that often has a fatal outcome, especially for puppies and unvaccinated dogs. Kaiser was taken to the vet immediately and stayed for several days until he finally started to show signs that he was recovering. Once he was back with us, he still needed to be in "isolation" for several days so he could recover and "shed" the virus without putting any of our dogs at risk. Today, he is healthy and 100% back to his normal puppy self. Because of the setback caused by his sickness, he still had much to learn and needed consistent training daily. We were doing our best to teach him all the basics, but what he needed more than anything was a forever family to pick up where we would leave off. He was sadly returned by his first adopters, and continued training thanks to Fresno Bully Rescue.
Kaiser's past has been rocky, and we hate that he had to go through everything he did at such a young age. We are so happy that he ended up in a great home, where he lives on a farm with space to run free, and a family who is not giving up on him.