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Wreath the hunting dog appears!

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We picked up an English Setter as a lost dog. After a few days, his owner showed up. The owner's story was, “I was using him as a hunting dog. I use this kind of dog to hunt until they die. If you want to keep him that's fine.” And that was it.

As for the dog himself, he was not at all happy to see his owner, although I noticed him start to wag his tail happily whenever he saw the staff member in charge of him. So we decided to keep him at ARK.

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We picked up an English Setter as a lost dog. After a few days, his owner showed up. The owner's story was, “I was using him as a hunting dog. I use this kind of dog to hunt until they die. If you want to keep him that's fine.” And that was it.

As for the dog himself, he was not at all happy to see his owner, although I noticed him start to wag his tail happily whenever he saw the staff member in charge of him. So we decided to keep him at ARK.

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We felt bad for Wreath being in the circle all the time, so we gave him the run of the office, but he was mischievous and peed on things and the staff in charge were kept very busy. When a small dog does the same thing, there’s a limit to the damage he can cause, and there are rather simple preventative measures. With a big dog, they can cause mischief in a larger area and reach higher places, and they have a larger pee capacity. Handling this requires a lot of work, knowledge, and time.

One thing that saddens me working at ARK is the reality that large dogs have a tendency to be neglected. Small dogs are relatively easy to handle in various ways, but many things are not simple with large dogs. It is a harsh reality.

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Even though he was older and obedient and a good dog, there was no place at ARK for Wreath; I felt so sorry for him that I decided to take care of him at my house. Yes, scaredy-cat Wom-chan's homestay came to an end to make way for Wreath.

Wreath is a big softie. As a 10-year-old large dog, he may not have much time left. That's why I want to find him a new home as soon as possible so he can spend his old age quietly.



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Tia and Toffee were rehomed! More information here!


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