In one of the shelters in the UK was a dog of the guard breed Cane Corso. He was terribly intimidated and absolutely did not trust people.
The owners wanted a vicious and scary dog, and Fraser was kind. They gave him a formidable fighting look - they stopped his tail and ears, tried to drag him to anger, but the pet could not understand what they wanted from him. Surely he was beaten to provoke retaliatory aggression - finding himself in a shelter, the dog shied away from human hands and trembled at any rustle.
It was painful to look at it, and here the employee of the shelter Elizabeth Kidd gave an interesting idea. Recently, she had her own dog - a six-month-old pug puppy, incredibly cheerful and positive. The dogs decided to introduce and for some even put together.
Canistherapy, as it turned out, works wonders not only with people, but also with dogs. Fraser really liked a funny pug dog with a funny name Pancake, and he, looking at his new friend, tried to become like him. Where the frightened unfortunate dog has gone, the proud handsome Cane Corso is now completely confident in himself, and soon he will have a new owner who will never betray him.