This is one of our favorite stories that prove that the love a dog can bring into one’s house can be many times a heart healer after a great loss.
Little Baby Ruth was adopted not long after these two’s brother passes away. Apparently, the mother of the two tried to adopt with no success for a while, and one day after the brother died, the phone rang, with the dog rescue center on the other side.
This photo was taken one year after the beautiful dog was adopted. Deep inside, Samantha, who took in this dog, knew this was her destiny and posted it on her Instagram account.
She wrote, "A year ago today, we brought home this little pupper ❤️ I've always known I was meant to be a dog mom, and I'm so happy to be his human." Samantha, we are happy too!
Charlie and Hana
Small dogs are the best. They don't take up too much room, it's never an issue traveling with them, and if they feel tense or uneasy, our laps are there to the rescue.
Petite Hana was rescued by Charlie when she was just a little pup. Although in the photo she still looks a bit terrified, we can assure you she's not. She is comfortable getting warm in Charlie's lap.
This Instagram account is called 'the lifestyle hunter,' and after checking Parker out, he fits in perfectly. Just look at that adorable dog coat.
When parker was adopted, he was a nervous dog, and every little bark from other dogs scared him. He has since managed to overcome his fears and now proudly presented his winter look when walking the park.
It is so sad that so many dogs have just a number. No name — no home, and until they are rescued, they do not have much of a personality either. 1082 was a very lucky number.
He was embraced into Angela's home and got a new name, and she has since been praising him for chewing her slippers, ruining her sofas, and showering her with love.