Goose has a deep, howling bark for as long as the personnel at the Adopt An ANGEL animal sanctuary have known him.
Director of Adopt An ANGEL Jill Jones told The Dodo, “He’s have a hound bark that could seriously win contests.”
Jones claims that Goose’s vocalizations mirror his emotions. When he feels fearful and abandoned, Jones stated, “He yells.” He is probably content if he is silent.
Goose’s life had become more unhappy than happy by the time of his third stay at the rescue
Goose cried when he was taken into the shelter for the first time as a wounded puppy and afterward when he was reunited with his mother. Staff believed that when his first adoptive family brought him back as an adult, he was pleading for them.
Soon after, a young couple adopted Goose again, but their union came to an untimely end. One of Goose’s parents gave him back to the shelter when the couple parted ways without informing the other.
Jones stated, “[His dad] relocated to Florida and didn’t know Goose was here with us in North Carolina. “Even we were unaware that he was there.”
The third time, Goose’s howls at the shelter were considerably louder.
Staff members immediately put Goose on display at an adoption fair since they realized he needed a home he could remain with forever.
Jones reported that “one of [Goose’s dad’s] dearest friends just so happened to come into the adoption fair.”
Goose, who had been without an ear since he was a puppy, was discovered and the guy immediately recognized him.
He exclaimed, “Oh my God! What the heck are you doing, Goose? I immediately began texting Goose’s father,” Jones added.
Goose’s father was astounded to learn that his dog was once more at a shelter. Even though he was unable to take Goose in personally, he was adamant about bringing the devoted dog into his home.
Let me sort this out so I can get Goose out of the shelter and bring him back, he was saying, Jones recalled.
Goose’s father drove from Florida to North Carolina to find his long-lost puppy less than four days later
Goose, who is typically the loudest dog in the shelter, became utterly silent when it was time to meet him again.
Jones recalled that the man appeared to be saying, “I know that my guys are here, therefore there is no need to yell.” I was merely yelling for my folks, I said.
Although Goose didn’t say anything, the crew could tell by his animated hops that he was delighted to see his dad once more.
Goose and his father left for Florida on their first road trip together after their reconnection. Since Goose’s grandpa agreed to give the puppy a permanent home, he has lived there.
Jones claims that Goose is flourishing in Florida, where he spends his days playing with his canine cousins and running around his new fenced-in yard. Jones is relieved to learn that Goose no longer has a reason to grieve, even though she misses him.
Jones declared, “He’s once again reunited with his humans.”