The pitbull in the picture answers to the name Nora Budulis. When she was in the pound, she rarely smiled, but with her current family, she smiles all the time.
Her humans make sure she’s happy, healthy, and loved. Oh, and they also keep her stylish!
Love at First Scratch
This is Chex, and he wasn't going to just let anyone adopt him. His way of vetting potential humans was to audition them for their scratching abilities. Once Chex felt that perfect scratch, he knew he was in good hands.
You could also say Chex's new human is Chex's mate.
Hunting? Not for You
This gorgeous creature would have probably turned into a hunting or fighting dog. Luckily enough, he was adopted at a young age, and a life of agony was prevented from him.
He can spend all of his life chasing cats, swimming in the lake, chewing other people's socks, and spreading his unconditional love all around. The only thing he now fights for is the best sun patch to nap in. And even that is done as a hobby.
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.