Actor and author James Van Der Beek, who chances are you’ll acknowledge from Dawson’s Creek or extra not too long ago Dancing with the Stars, and spouse Kimberly are grateful for the chance so as to add one other rescue pup to their household. Theo, their latest addition, is an cute, three-year-old, purebred Siberian Husky who was discovered as a stray in Louisiana.
Six weeks in the past, Theo was saved by two unbelievable foster dad and mom on what was scheduled to be his final day on earth. Kimberly Van Der Beek noticed him on-line and posted on her Instagram in regards to the playful pup, urging her followers to think about including him to their household.
“That is Ghost. He’s in LA. He’s completely superb! Please any individual undertake him in order that I don’t add a fifth canine to my household!!”
However after a month of ready for somebody to undertake him, Theo by no means left their minds, and it turned apparent that he was meant to be with the Van Der Beeks. The decision was made that Theo had discovered his endlessly house. A couple of weeks later, Theo was pushed midway throughout the nation by his loving foster dad and mom who even stayed in Texas for a number of days to assist ease his transition.
Matt Beisner (CPDT-KA), the founding father of THE ZEN DOG and star of the favored present DOG: IMPOSSIBLE, additionally performed an essential function in Theo’s transition. Beisner helped the entire household study Theo’s particular cues and the way he uniquely communicates with people and different animals.
“Now we have been extremely blessed to welcome Theo into our house. His foster dad and mom @haileysani and @tabv saved his life and gave him a lot love and we’re so very grateful! And now having @thezendogla right here to assist us ease into this new union makes all of it really feel blessed and actual. It’s a course of that includes endurance and love, and we’re right here for it!”
Theo joins 4 different rescue canines adopted by the Van Der Beeks, together with two rescue puppies that they saved on the primary day of their 10-day street journey as they relocated from Louisiana to Austin in October of final yr. James shared on Instagram that their household was looking for a spot with fewer out of doors restrictions and simpler entry to nature than that they had in Beverly Hills after they picked up the 2 pups. Theo joins a Chihuahua combine named Rocky, a small black Combine named Skye, and two Pyrenees Husky mixes named Windsor and In a position. Additionally excited by their latest addition are James and Kimberly’s 5 younger youngsters who vary in age from 2 ½ to 10.
Siberian Huskies are a high-energy breed and require 1-2 hours of train every single day. It’s idyllic for Theo to be adopted by a household with a number of canines, and one who now resides on a multi-acre, riverside property the place he can get loads of playtime and train. He really hit the jackpot!
Animal shelters typically discover themselves at capability and are pressured to take drastic measures to open areas for brand spanking new rescues. Fostering helps allow canines like Theo to be saved from euthanasia after which matched with an ideal endlessly household.
It’s apparent that these long-time animal lovers really feel a deep bond with their rescue animals and that Theo could have a terrific life dwelling in Texas along with his new brothers and sisters. James Van Der Beek posted to Instagram:
“You keep in mind a short while again when @vanderkimberly posted a couple of white Siberian husky, making an attempt to get him adopted? Properly… we’ve got a husky now. As a result of 5 children and FOUR canines would’ve been too simple. Thanks to unbelievable people @haileysani and @tabv who rescued him from a kill shelter in LA on what would have been his final day on Earth, fostering him, after which driving him midway throughout the nation… and thanks @thezendogla for serving to us deepen our understanding of what it means to stay in concord with these sentient four-legged beings who’re so sensible… however converse slightly totally different language than we do.”