Dr. Doom

Watching the sunset over the soybean fields

More: Doom was fostered and adopted by my Air Force airman daughter when she was stationed in South Korea. She found him at an on base shelter, run by volunteer military spouses, after he was rescued from a dog meat farm. He had been abused and neglected, and was in poor health. She nursed him back to health, and now he’s happy and thriving. When she got transferred to Alaska, she couldn’t take him with her-so he’s been with my husband and I in NJ for a year. We live on 12 rural and wooded acres, where he enjoys walking and exploring the outdoors. My daughter will be reunited with him soon, where he will truly enjoy the outdoors in the vast wilderness of Alaska.