His adopter, asking for the vet records of his "embedded collar" which is the lie Barbara told them to avoid taking accountability for his accident at her house.
No formal training was provided to Danny as far as we know. A few months after this incident he went back to Barb's house, then was adopted out in the PNW.
Barb clearly contradicts herself by saying that he shouldn't be placed with young children, and needs training prior to adoption, and then turns around writes a bio about how amazing he is with kids.
Is "Danny has had some resource guarding issues around other dogs with food in the past, but has made great strides in his foster home correcting the issue. His previous foster home made great strides in getting Danny to be able to share with others!" an accurate description of the above fight and resulting injuries?
Are these good adoption practices?