Camo was picked up as a stray by Clay County Animal Control. Their best guess was that he had been on the street his whole life. Camo's journey from animal control to us was purely fate. Our lead trainer had gone out to Clay County Animal Control to evaluate two other dogs for the program. When those dogs didn't pass the test, she went through the other kennels looking for prospects. Camo was curled up in a ball on the floor of his kennel while the other 4 dogs he was with barked and growled at all the chaos. Camo saw the trainer and came up to the fence to lick her hand, tail wagging. Camo passed the evaluation with flying colors, but had one more obstacle he had to overcome - he was sick with kennel cough. Camo came and spent 2 weeks in isolation recovering from his cough. Once he was healthy, he began training. Camo's unbelievably sweet personality combined with his overwhelming desire to be with "his person" made him a joy to train. He is truly an old soul serving a higher purpose with his warrior.