Georgia was one of the. if not THE greatest dog I've ever had. She loved everyone, and most everyone loved her. She was 17 the best we can figure. In 2008 I joined a band and we practiced at the female singer's house. At the time she owned Georgia. I always told the singer I wanted Georgia if she ever had to give her up. Separately, my (now) wife - who I didn't know then - was a friend of the singer's and had also met Georgia and said the exact same thing about wanting her. Probably 2011, Halloween, we were playing a gig and singer invited my (now) wife as a blind date. We hit it off obviously and wanted Georgia together. In 2012 singer killed her husband, and was in jail. We contacted the singer's teen daughter, and took Georgia. It was meant to be. It's been exactly 9 years give or take a week. Sigh... Sorry this was long and probably more than a little incoherent. Here's some pics. View attachment 992848 View attachment 992850 View attachment 992855
The whole dog rescue scene is another very sad situation due to mass irresponsibility anong a certain kind if dog owner who abandons them for whatever reasons, some of which are understandable but the numbers are really unacceptable.Unbelievable back story. That dog, and your wife, were meant to spend their lives with you.
I'm so sorry for the loss of a family member. Thank you for adopting Georgia, and in time maybe you can consider another rescue. Don't rush it; the right dog will usually rescue us.