Harold, a sweet senior mix, arrived at Bob’s House for Dogs in April 2019. Harold won over the hearts of staff and volunteers in no time!
After losing her dog unexpectedly, Amy Peck decided her house wasn’t a home without a dog. She and her husband turned to Bob’s House and decided to be a foster home for Harold. Upon meeting for the first time, Harold put his front feet on Amy’s legs and rested his head on her lap. At the couple’s home, Harold walked in like that was where he was meant to be. They knew he should become a permanent part of the family.
Harold’s arrival was good for both him and Amy. He might have been 12, but he loved to go on adventures, and she was happy to oblige — even though he was blind, and she has multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia. When she was anxious or in pain, he comforted her, and she was happy to return the favor with a hug or snuggle until he passed away.