Likes: Gving himself bathes in his teeny tiny water bowl, being with his mommy at all times, playing with his brothers and baby sister who thinks shes a dog even tho she's a cat
Pet-Peeves: being left alone, Jovi his feline sister who mom says I can't eat
Favorite Toy: mom made me a toy from a whip with a long line and a furry toy tied to the end. i like to chase it around.
Favorite Food: beef and noodles (we are on a homemade diet and doing great!)
Favorite Walk: at the lake where there are lots of birds to watch
Best Tricks: i know several, and i'm learning more. i help mommy open doors and pick stuff up. i can also tell her when she is going to have a seizure.
Arrival Story: I had just had the worst week of my life. My dog who I loved more than anything was hit and killed. And my cat who was seemingly healthy all his life (after 2 torturous weeks) was put to sleep (the vet thought he might have Feline AIDS even though he never tested positive for it in the past). I was so sad I felt like I couldn't breathe the grief was suffocating me. For some reason I felt like they were still with me. I swear I could hear my dog whining in my room at night and sometimes even a cat purring next to my head. I spent a couple of weeks crying nonstop and laying around on the couch but then a friend of mine came over and was telling me how she worked for a rescue group that just shut down this puppy mill of sled dogs. She showed me some pictures of the dogs and there was one that had the same eyes as my Boogeyman (the one who passed). She brought him to see me and his personality was so similar to Boogs I decided to take him. That night, when I found myself on the couch crying again he climbed up there with me and layed over me then started nibbling on my ear (just like Boog did). We've been inseperable ever since. Yes, he does remind me alot of Boog, but a lot of what makes him Havoc came out too.
Bio: Havoc is being trained as my assistance dog. I have lupus that is affecting my brain and I've lost a lot of my freedom because of it. With Havoc around I not only get physical support but I deal with stress emotionally better. Havoc suffers from his own health problems though. He has Addisons disease and IBD. Last summer after a particularly bad flare up (I almost lost him) I brought him home from the hospital hopped up on drugs and hooked to an IV. He was laying in bed when I happened to pick up his harness while cleaning. He got up and staggered to the door. He thought he was gonna help me out even though he could hardly stand on his own. Havoc is a trooper. He is always by my side no matter what.