Foster Home: Sheila
Ibid was adopted in June, 2004. We received the following update in November, 2008: "Ibid is doing really well! He moved with us to Arizona in July 2007. . . all of our family back in Michigan was really upset (we think they miss him more than us most of the time). Now that we live in a different climate, he enjoys hiking in the nearby mountains, playing with other dogs at the dog park, and he especially loves visiting California and going to the dog beach! He also visited San Francisco with us last Christmas, and as you can see from the photo, he enjoyed walking through the giant red wood trees!"
Ibid's Foster Write-Up: Ibid is named after an up-scale, unique artistic style of black and white photography designed to inspire, enliven, and intrigue. He wants nothing more than to give love and shows his affection with a special hug, emitting a tenderness which warms the heart.
Ibid has a genetic condition called parrot mouth or an overshot jaw. In simple terms, he has an overbite. This does not hamper his play or eating, in fact he can catch a Frisbee and likes to play ball.
Ibid is from an accidental litter. His mom, Suzi, was considered 'pet quality' because she showed no herding instinct. The breeder contacted rescue to help place Suzi and three of her pups.