Man Builds His Rescue Dog With Trust Issues A Mini House In The Living Room To Let Him Have Some ‘Alone Time’

 Like people, every dog is different. Each dog has a unique set of needs, and it's our responsibility to identify and meet those needs.

It's especially crucial to pay attention to what makes your dog anxious and what makes it feel secure if you have a dog who has experienced trauma.

Sean Farrell is well aware of this and has worked hard to provide his rescue dog Buster with the best conditions.

The elderly dog had an unspecified but extremely traumatic experience with his previous owner, which prompted the authorities to step in and remove Buster from the house.

Farrell, who had only agreed to foster Buster at first, ended up falling in love with him and taking him in as his own.

Due to his traumatic experience, Buster has significant generalized anxiety disorder as well as issues with his perception of unidentified men.

It was obvious that the puppy would require a lot of assistance to resolve his problems, but Farrell was unfazed by this.

In fact, Farrell has been putting in a lot of effort to help Buster overcome his trust issues.

Buster has been using his reserved demeanor to serve as a therapy dog for the elderly and sick in an effort to gain more social confidence.

Nevertheless, despite Farrell's and Buster's best efforts, Buster has persisted in having significant anxiety and trust issues. Buster frequently hides in the bedroom and won't leave.

Buster needed a way to feel safe and secure more than ever after losing his adopted brother and support system, a 17-year-old dog named Zook.

Farrell eventually came up with a plan because he was willing to do anything for his loving son.

Buster spent a lot of time hiding in the bedroom, so it was obvious that he was in need of a secure place. The bedroom, however, didn't seem to cut it.

Buster required and deserved a personal space.

Farrell made the decision to construct Buster's own tiny room, where he could escape whenever he felt overburdened or needed some alone time.

Buster could feel safe in the room, which should help him feel more secure.

Farrell set to work turning his concept from a pipe dream into a reality.

In order to keep an eye on Buster and give him the feeling of safety, he built the room from scratch in the corner of the living room and added a small window.

Then Farrell furnished the space with everything Buster might require or desire—nothing was too much for his kind boy.

To honor Buster's cherished brother Zook, the builder added lights, adorable decorations, toys, a small TV for socialization, a comfy bed, and, of course, a few photos of Zook.

Farrell was anxious to show Buster the room because he wasn't sure if the dog would like it or not.

Buster fell in love with the room the moment he set eyes on it, so he didn't need to worry.

Buster now enjoys taking naps and lounging in his lovely room.

He is overjoyed to have his own space, a chance to unwind, and a sense of security.

Farrell makes a great dog parent, and Buster is fortunate to have such a devoted and caring person in his life.

We are overjoyed that Buster has discovered someone who genuinely understands and cares for him because the love they share is absolutely heartwarming.

Buster has a Facebook page where you can see more of him.