This little lady is called Penny Lane. We guess it’s because this was the song playing on the radio when she was first brought to her new home.
The new owner must have heard, “Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes…” and thought this would be a cool name. And they were right.
It's All in the Ears
A dog's ears can tell you a lot about the dog's mood. Take Bodza in these pictures, for example. On the left, you see a sad-yet hopeful dog with its ears down.
The picture on the right is a completely different story. With daily walks to the dog park and a human to love, Bodza's ears are up, indicating happiness.
Happy and Healthy
If the picture on the left is anything to go by, this dog was probably recovered from an irresponsible breeder. When she was rescued, she was weak and sick. She needed a lot of love as well as proper medical care. Her current human stepped up to the challenge, and the two couldn't be happier about it.
Weeks after she was brought to her new home, she is perfectly healthy, and well looked after.
A True Olympian
Sadly, this is for real. This is like a true prince-turned-pauper tale, taking it to the extreme. This dog was obviously neglected for a very long time before he found some peace with his new owner.
It's amazing how little one dog needs to become such a loving creature that can give back so much. If it wasn't for this photo, we wouldn't have believed this was the same dog.
Pampered Little Lady
When Cezanne was taken in by her human, she was in bad shape, as seen in the picture. The first thing the human did was to take the little thing for a good haircut.
Cezanne is now being treated like the princess she is, given the treats, love, and pampering time she deserves. Judging by the picture on the right, she seems happy about it.