"A shelter dog has so much love to give and will forever repay you for saving them."
Sherman was surrendered by his owners to a city shelter in Chicago for being bullied. His heartless previous owners signed a form allowing the shelter to euthanize Sherman. The gentle dog was just a victim of bullying by an unaltered male dog, but he was about to pay the ultimate price.
The 6-year-old Pit bull mix arrived with scars on his muzzle from previous attacks. Sherman’s previous owners did not seek training or help with the situation, but instead dumped the scared dog at the shelter. Sherman’s life was about to change for the better, thanks to a woman that was volunteering at the shelter the day he arrived.
“We offered neuters and training and the owner refused. The shelter talked the woman into signing the dog over for euthanasia and we fought to try to save him. The shelter director agreed and 10 days later, he was rescued,” Lauch told People.
The gentle boy is very friendly and loves children. Incredi-Bull Rescue posted, “Sherman is a laid back netflix watching companion with very good manners. He loves going for walks, happily greets strangers and new friends of all ages. ”
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