Happy Smile Of Adopted Dog After 477 Days Of Looking Forward To New Family!
So happy for this big beautiful boy.
Waiting is not the problem, the problem is not knowing how long to wait. For Alexander – an adorable dog in Wags and Walks, Los Angeles, waiting to be adopted feels like a long and distant dream. Fortunately, after 477 days of waiting, that dream has come true.
The story begins when the rescue team saved Alexander from a cramped and [dan.ger.ous] shelter. At that time, he looked so thin and his life was in [dan.ger]. The medical team quickly treated Alex and transferred him to the new shelter in Wags and Walks. He has begun a new, fuller, safer life here.
What a handsome gentleman of a dog…!
According to the description in the file, Alex is about 3 years old now. He is a hybrid of a Shepherd and a Doberman. Alex weighs about 80 pounds so he looks very big and strong. He is intelligent and obedient. The caregiver says that Alex often helps him with the cleaning and seems to know how to say “Thank you” every time Alex is given a present.
Everyone who comes to the shelter has to admit that Alex is a very affectionate dog with a happily wagging tail. He is always friendly, and kind to both visitors and other dogs.
It is incredible that thousands of people came to visit but no one was willing to adopt Alex. In 15 months, more than 800 dogs were adopted from the shelter except for Alex, who remained here. This makes every employee here, including Alex, sad and he.artbr.oken.
Now his best lifebegins
It wasn’t until January 27th Alex’s dream came true, life will not a.ban.don the po.or dog. Alexander got along very quickly with his new family, they looked so happy as if they belonged together.
This story is widely shared across platforms with hundreds of thousands of shares and likes. It is such a lovely story and also a great lesson for us: If you wait patiently, you will get the desired results.
Thank you for adopting this precious dog!
How wonderful that Alexander has finally found his forever home after being in the shelter for so long.