Easton came to us as our 24th foster dog and we had no intentions of keeping him. He had a sever skin issue on his legs and feet due to allergies. He was still a happy go lucky 4-year-old lab even with his painful feet. As his skin improved, he became more active, which was great for our other 11-year-old lab Doc. Doc started to become less active after we lost our 13-year-old lab “Q”. Easton just lifted everyone’s spirits and none of us wanted to see him go. So, Easton became a permanent member of the family.