His new foster mom decided to call him Anthony and advised me to keep an eye on the group's web page to find out when he gets adopted. They're very optimistic because he's so young and in good shape physically now that his few minor issues have been addressed. This morning I went back to their webpage and was astounded to see how many cocker spaniels they have in their program. Some of these foster moms are keeping 9 and 10 dogs apiece.
What's really humbling is that these ladies kept thanking me for boarding Anthony for as long as we did, and paying for his medical care. Whereas I kept wanting to thank them, for accepting him into their program when they're clearly already overwhelmed with puppies and dogs needing good homes.