Homer found his way to Blue Dog through the Bastrop County Animal Shelter where he resided for 5 long months. He was described as “a social butterfly” by the staff, and we have to say it was an accurate description. Homer had demodex mange, a treatable, non-contagious skin condition usually brought on by stress and a weakened immune system. Once in a safe, home with his new foster family, medical treatment was started and Homer began improving quickly. He enrolled in basic dog training classes, excelled at learning, and proudly graduated. He also became an ambassador for Blue Dog, attending as many events and festivities as possible. One of his favorites was hanging out with Spike, supporting the Round Rock Express and Blue Dog Rescue at Bark in the Park night. If there was a party, Homer was your dog. After 4 short months (according to his foster family), Homer found his forever home with his most awesome forever family.