I was recently notified of a red dobe male in a local shelter. Haven't seen him yet. Apparently very skinny and very confused. The shelter director referred to him as "goofy" and I couldn't help but think that the term is synomous with the color RED. Came from animal control, and recently neutered. He is 3 years old and not doing well in the shelter scenario. SO, I am going to meet him Tuesday and more than likely bring him home as a foster. Any suggestions would be helpful. Even though he is through a shelter, they have given me the authority for placement. Have such mixed emotions, somehow I think I may very well be a foster failure but at the same time realizing that he needs a home of his own. But that remains to be seen. ATTY is doing very well, has put on good weight, coat is shiny and has become so spoiled he demands to sleep under the comforter. A very deserving boy. My question is? Since the new boy was recently neutered and Atty has been for some time, should I anticipate problems? with 2 males? Atty has definitely accepted training and is very calm and not invasive to other dogs space. I am not an advocate of separation in crates and prefer to have the dogs together. Any suggestions would certainly be appreciated. Thanks!!!