Dog With Trust Issues Gets A 'Boudoir Bedroom' Made For Him
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Meet Sean Farrell, owner of 12-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier rescue dog named Sgt Buster. Farrell knew that Buster had some trust issues, particularly around single men. Farrell told Stuff, "If I was on the ground floor, he would go upstairs."
So Farrell decided to help Buster find some security in a "hooman free place" of his own. Thus, the 'boudoir bedroom' project begins!
"I’ve just started project “Busters boudoir” today . Im hoping it will be a nice little quiet place buster can go And have some peace and safety or a nap if I forget to tie up my nightie."
And viola! The coolest boudoir ever! But that's not all! Inside, there's a gathering of special items: pot plant, My Little Pony, teddy bear, and a china dog. There's also a hilarious sign that reads: "Food, fun, fart."
"It's been amazing. Rather than go upstairs on his own, he just goes straight into his house now. It's his space and I never fuss him or disturb him in there, so he knows he's safe," Farrell told Stuff.