I was pretty disappointed to see a thread with a similar title pop up that had no useful information. Before I get in too deep, though, let me back up and fill you in on what's going on... My cousin is moving soon (well... I mean, not voluntarily, but that's another story--and I promise it's not related) and she has a three year old dappled Norwegian Longtusk. Right now he lives in the back yard and he's just happy as can be. They've got a little swing set back there, and they set up a tarp over the top of it, and basically he just sits under it all the time like it was a bridge. I mean, sure, now and then he stops you when you're trying to walk through the yard to take out the trash, but you just give him a treat and he's like, "Oo ay ass!" (the tusks make it hard for him to pronounce consonants, so read that as, "You may pass," ok?) and then there's no trouble. A very, very loving creature, and I'm sure that what happened to the neighbor's dog has no relation to him whatsoever. Anyway, she's moving, and the family has kiiiiind of volunteered me to take Gomer (that's his name) off her hands. I just need to know if that's possible. My apartment has a spare bedroom, but I'm not even sure he's going to fit through the door. I'm sure he won't unless we get him de-tusked, but, I mean how could you do something so cruel to such a beautiful set of chompers? So, seriously, what should I do? Who has some tips on caring for a poor widdle homeless troll in the big city? Should I give him up for adoption? Can a bridge-dwelling species like the Longtusk adapt to a more cave-centric lifestyle? Like, what if I put foil on the windows and keep the lights off?