Buster was shyly in the corner when his owner started to build a wooden frame around him.
According to Bored Panda, Buster had not had a good life and had serious trust issues when surrounded by people.
This is why its new owner decided to try to do something to make the dog feel confident again. When he was finished, Buster knew that a good life awaited him.
If a dog has been abused or neglected by humans since birth, it can be difficult for him to regain the feeling of confidence that other dogs are already blessed with.
This was the case of Buster, a 12-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who had a terrible life before a refuge took him. Because of his bad experiences, Buster did not like being alone with people. Then its new owner, Sean Farrell, had a great idea.
Sean, Buster’s new adoptive father, wanted to train Buster so that the dog could trust humans again. He wanted Buster to feel loved and, most importantly, he wanted to prepare him for adoption in a new home.
In the end, Sean and Buster created a strong bond with each other, and Sean realized that it would be Buster’s house forever. As a result, he was willing to make sure that Buster felt very comfortable in his new environment. Sean started to build a den or den.
“The boudoir was intended to give Buster a comfortable comfort zone in the same room as me,” said Sean Farrell.
“To make him feel like he can really be with me while still feeling safe in his little room.” [After finishing it], he entered the boudoir almost immediately. It has been a few weeks and he is happy to sleep and hang out in his boudoir. “
Looks like Buster really likes his new den. He looks really happy.
What a clever idea, Sean is a man with a big heart!
In total, Sean spent about $ 131 on his friend’s new boudoir. The man updated Buster’s Facebook page (Zook the General. & Sgt Buster) with photos from the multi-day project, and everyone seems to like it.
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