Bo is a lovely and affectionate pit bull male who was rescued in a box on the streets when he was a puppy. His mother and seven furry siblings are quite attached to the two-year-old dog.
Bo’s mother, Vickie Richards Shelton, told The Dodo:
“When I was approximately 4 weeks old, I discovered it in a cardboard box that someone had thrown away.” I have a strong affinity towards animals. When I saw that the box was moving a little, I went to investigate and assumed that it had been abandoned. At the time, I couldn’t help but accept it.
Vickie observed that Bo was exhibiting some separation anxiety when the pandemic limitations lessened and she returned to work.
The woman puts her dogs in their own rooms whenever she has to leave the house to avoid any trouble while she is gone.
The room was totally coated in white, like a fluffy cloud, after Bo demolished every component of the sofa.
He had damaged several of his toys in the past, but never something as large as a sofa. But things didn’t remain there for long, and when his mother put him in a cage, he damaged everything and even broke through a door.
Bo’s mother said:
“He chewed his way out of the cage and through the door.” When I arrived home, he greeted me at the door. He was well aware that he was in danger at the moment. There wasn’t a scratch on it. I brought him to the veterinarian’s office. He had no injuries to his mouth, teeth, or legs. It is a formidable opponent to be reckoned with.