Sean Farrell is an absolute dog-lover — and once you see what he has done for his pack at home, you’ll realize how deep that love goes.

When Sean met Sgt. Buster, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, he was just his foster dad. But then the two clicked and he realized that he had to keep the pup as a permanent member of his pack.

“I’ve had him just over 2 years,” Sean explained via InspireMore. “He’s not had the best life and that changed the day I met him. Initially, I was only supposed to foster him but I fell in love, and we [both] knew we were meant to be together.”

Unfortunately, like many rescues, Buster suffers from some various anxieties and fears that developed during his former life. Buster in particular doesn’t like men aside from Sean, he has trust issues, and his spikes of anxiety can be difficult for both the dog and the family to soothe.

However, Sean refuses to give up on him and will do everything in his power to help his new fur baby feel comfortable.

While at home, Buster hid in Sean’s bedroom, refusing to come out for anything but food. It was obvious he was fearful of his surroundings and needed a small, safe space to retreat to.

That’s when his dad had a brilliant idea: he’d make Buster his own bedroom. AND, you’re going to want to see THIS!  >> Click To Continue Reading This Story. . .

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