The amazing thing about adopting rescue dogs is that they’re so grateful and show so much love to the people who adopt them. We have to remember that most rescue dogs have never experienced what it’s like to be a part of a family.
When rescue dogs get adopted and experience love and kindness from humans, they become the most loyal and loving animals you can ever have. This is why adopting rescue dogs is becoming very popular. You’re not only saving a life, but you’ll also gain a friend for life.
A woman named Laura and her husband recently lost their German Shepherd named Cane. They were heartbroken after losing their beloved dog. A few months after losing Cane, a woman who volunteers at the Miami-Dade Animal Services sent a picture of a German Shepherd named Rusty to Laura.
As soon as Laura and her husband saw Rusty’s picture, they immediately wanted to adopt him. Laura and her husband didn’t have to think twice about it. Although Rusty was labeled unfriendly towards other dogs, Laura and her husband still wanted to give him a chance. They had another dog in the house, and they also had two cats.
At first, they were careful about introducing Rusty to their other pets. However, their fears quickly disappeared when Rusty showed how friendly he was with the other animals. Rusty acted aggressively toward other dogs at the animal shelter because he was stressed. Laura and her husband also found that Rusty was terrified of cars and assumed he may have spent some time living as a stray.
Rusty proved to be a very loving and loyal dog. He would always spend time cuddling with his dad, and Laura gets a little jealous since Rusty clearly prefers her husband.
Laura would think that it isn’t fair that her husband gets all the love from Rusty, especially when they’re in bed or on the couch. Whenever Laura and her husband would sit on the sofa, Rusty would jump between them and rest his head on his dad’s lap. Here’s a video featuring Rusty thriving in his new forever home and hilariously giving his mom grief by choosing a favorite parent.
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