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Egan was found lost and wandering in northern Greece, rescued and flown to the states, fostered in a wonderful home (where they found it very hard to say goodbye), driven by many fabulous volunteers all the way from the east coast to Colorado where he was welcomed into his forever home nearly a year ago.
Egan blossomed in Durango, and loves his 2 1/2 acre yard where he romps every day, his walks along the Animas River and in the nearby national forest - and he recently returned from two weeks with Steve and Debbie in the Northwest and Vancouver Island where he got to play in the ocean.
In addition to all that, the school where Steve teaches recently changed its “dogs on campus” policy, so Iggy gets to go to work with Steve. We tell everyone, “Iggy is going to college!”
His loving and playfully curious nature seemed far too joyous for a name as proper as Egan, so “Egan” quickly became “Iggy,” and that’s the name he answers to now.