From his ODH family: Shortly after we filled out an application to be an ODH foster home we were give the opportunity to take in Mojo, an old black lab mix that was relinquished at a shelter in Tacoma. He was sweet as can be but thin, sickly and would not eat – needless to say he had lost his mojo. In time and with some love and encouragement he gained weight, developed a beautiful shiny coat, learned to ride in the car with his head out the window, and even enjoyed a squeaky ball. Once he got his mojo back he would talk to us whenever he was excited about something. He detested other dogs, but gave us everything he had. When asked, he would stay with our children until they fell asleep at night even when he would rather be eating snacks in front of the TV with dad. He always helped clean the floor, prewash the dishes, and keep the crows out of our yard. After 8 months with us he stopped talking and we found he had a nasal tumor. Mojo is a beautiful dog that found a family that loves and will never forget him. He passed away October, 2014.