A local breeder had deemed Keller "unsellable" - and given him to Woodward.
When Woodward took Maise home in August, Keller stepped up right away as a foster brother.
"He'll help guide her around the house by walking next to her and she always sleeps in his legs as if he's keeping her safe," Woodward says.
The kind of support Maise is getting from her foster brother couldn't have come at a time when she needed it more.
One day, Maise will have to find her own home. But the lessons learned from another blind and deaf dog will last a lifetime.