In his 2+ years with his ODH home, Logan changed from a ratty-looking guy with a hairless little pig tail to a gorgeous big dog with a lovely coat and a very thick tail up over his back. He changed from a dog so worried that he wouldn’t look at your face to a loving, funny easy-going big fellow who was great to hug.
He was Judith’s ride-along buddy, guarding the van and the little dogs very ferociously – a tough guy face and rottweiler machismo with a much-too-high-pitched bark. A neuropathy slowly took away the strength in his hind legs. When he lost control of the front feet too the neurologist guessed there was a tumor in his spinal cord, and Logan knew he had become helpless. We watched the look on his face and said goodbye.
He was much loved and is much missed.