Halo’s Happy Tail

Posted: May 15th, 2010




Hi Carey,

First I want to thank you, Laura, and Jodi for helping me to adopt Blue Eyes. He has now been named “Halo” because he behaves like an angel and his personality seems supernatural. The flight to Florida and the 18 hour drive back to Jersey was well worth it. On the trip home Halo slept in the back of the car for most of the time. Halo is an amazing animal and a wonderful companion. He’s healthy, happy, and energetic! Its been 3 months since I’ve brought him home. He’s extremely intelligent and learns fast. He already knows about a dozen commands and he’s happy to perform them. Halo has also become quite the home protector, too. One morning while we were outside taking a walk, he saw a jogger come running down the property line and disappear behind the house. Halo must have thought that, because he couldn’t see him, that he must have gotten into the house. So Halo proceeded to pull me to the back door growling. I let him inside and he stalked (while growling) from room to room. When he was finished making sure the house was empty and secure he calmed down. Yet, he never shows any aggression toward other people, animals, or kids. He’s a gentle dog that loves affection. He lets my 3 year old nephew lay on him.
Halo has filled my life with so much joy and laughter. I feel very blessed to have him. I love him like a son. He goes just about everywhere with me. He loves to ride in the truck. He spends virtually every minute of the day with me. Halo passes the time laying 10 to 15 feet away from me in the shop while I’m building and designing motorcycles. I always have to be in his line of sight or he isn’t happy. My friends call him my shadow. Halo also loves to chase a ball as much as you will throw it. And he always brings it back, too. I could go on and on… Thanks again Carey. I am forever grateful for you choosing me to be Halo’s dad. I needed him as much as he needed me.


Wayne Ransom
Ransom Motorcycles

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