When Waldvogel went to the shelter to take Riley home, she was shocked by how much energy he had. He had no training and had never lived inside before, so he had no idea how to act.
"I knew I was in for a long, hectic (in a good way though) journey with him," Waldvogel said.
At first, Riley had a difficult time adjusting to his new home. He was very unsure of how to interact with other dogs, and had trouble learning the house rules of what was acceptable and what wasn't. Over time, though, Riley transformed into a goofy, well-behaved dog who had all the love in the world to give - especially to his mom.