Hello. It seems like these forums are not very active anymore, but I thought I'd give an update to anyone who remembers Rory. Sadly, this isn't a happy update. I've decided to re-home Rory. He just isn't the right dog for me, and his current living situation is not ideal. I moved last July, and I've lost most of my dog rescue connection, and I now live in a very rural town. I've been trying to re-home him for about a month now. Last week I took Rory to the vet, and while getting his rabies shot he bit the vet's face. Right when Rory felt the prick, the vet holding him lifted him up and it terrified him. -He bit purely out of fear.- Rory was very nervous being handed and I did suggest to muzzle him, but I should have insisted on it. Rory has been on quarantine since the bite and tomorrow the health inspector will be assessing him. Because of his dog reactiveness and him being unpredictable around cats (and now his bite history), I'm not sure if I'll be able to find him a new home. I'm going to keep at it but if I'm not able to find him a better home I might put him down. I know many dog owners will disagree with me, but I think a dog's quality of life is more important than living a longer, not so great, life.