Comments to article «13 Things We Realized After We Rescued a Shelter Dog»

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proud mommy of 2 rescue dogs one black one half black and u know something wouldnt change them for anything in this world ...wouldnt change that feeling of craziness and excitement when i come home,wouldn change that look of love in their face for anything ever!...it was long heavy road for us big fight with light and darkness...was on the border line to death but we fight our way into the light ...and if i have to turn back the time i would do it all over again
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"Dumped" is not a breed. "Stray" is not a breed. "Emaciated" is not a breed. "Rescued" IS.
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Primo, my shelter dog
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I love rescue - its my fav breed. Currently, Poppy is 4 months from rescue day. Its taken her this long to become our cat. She was from a hoarding situ, so there was a lot of work to do. She has put on 2.5kg and is looking better. Starting to act like a cat, not so scared. Cannot be in a room with door closed. She is sweet and beautiful!
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Our little rescued black dog! This article is soooo true :))
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The two I’ve adopted were fostered first, but upon seeing them(a couple years apart at two different rescues) I new they were meant to be. They were not really skittish, although there is an adjustment period for every new pet in a different environment. Both girls are very grateful to have families and have trouble with giving less than 100 kisses when they see us. The first was a puppy of a breeder that cared more about money/designer breeds and thought the lake was a good “solution” to “ugly” puppies. 5 of 7 puppies survived because of a hero noticing the awful, awful woman. Our almost 5 year old dog is slightly wary of new people but is energetic (acrobatic! Fastest dog that can “parkour” on the furniture) The other girl, almost 3, all the rescue knew was she was 1.5, had had puppies, and heart worms. We adopted her before the end of the treatment. They got her out of the pound and weren’t given any information. She now lives happily with my husband’s parents nearby. She fell in love with my retired father-in-law and we all knew it was fate. She’s very,very, very scared of thunder and he is who she turns to. She is spoiled, stubborn, and sweet. Like her sister that lives with us, although we spoil slightly less than grandpa. Please, please, please give rescued animals a chance. All pets are lovely but sometimes it’s wonderful to give a pet another chance at a happy life!
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