It may take a little time for the right adopter to get to know Reagan fully — but the payoff will be well worth it. “When you first meet him, he’s kind of in his own world, cause he wants to sniff the grass and look around the environment and see if there’s anything he can chase,” Mahoney noted. “Then, when you establish a good relationship, he turns into your best friend.”
It’s hard to believe that after 10 years, Reagan still hasn’t found the right person. But, with any luck, 2018 could be the year the senior pup finally goes home.