For a dog to live happily is to find his/her forever home where he/she gets lots of love and care. There is no such thing as a bad boy or a bad girl. The nature of a dog depends on how they have been treated from the start. A dangerous dog according to you can be the one who is living in the streets. But do you know how magic can happen? If you want to experience it, you must see these transformation imagine of dogs and your mind will blow.
#1 My Foster Dog’s 2 Month Glow Up
#2 Miley, Who Came To Me As A Hospice Foster Dog Since She Wasn’t Expected To Live And We Just Wanted To Make Her Comfortable. This Is Her, A Year And A Half Later!
We at Hiptoro were curious to know how introducing a new member to the family can be easy. So we reached out to the friendly team at the ASPCA. 3.3 million dogs going into US animal shelters each year, the ASPCA are experts on the subject of adoptions.
Kelly DiCicco, the ASPCA Adoptions Promotions Manager, told us “Do not approach the dog or cat, but allow them to come to you. If the animal begins to show signs of feeling uncomfortable, you should end your session and try again later.”
#3 How It Started vs. How It’s Going
#4 Brodie Was Brought Into The Shelter After His Mom Attacked Him. Now He’s A Qualified Therapy Dog For People With Disabilities
DiCicco pointed out that there are certain cues you should look out for that indicate that your new dog (or cat) is feeling uncomfortable and needs some alone time.
“In dogs, this could include ‘whale eyes’—a term used to describe when a dog shows the whites of their eyes—paw lifts, lip licking, yawning, and pacing. In cats, this may include hissing, swatting, and keeping their ears pinned back,” she said.
“People don’t like being forced to interact with someone they’re not comfortable with, and neither do pets! Giving the dog or cat a few of its favorite tasty treats during these sessions can help.” We couldn’t agree more
#5 1 Year Update. 100% Team Work!
#6 Yesterday Was Lupa’s Gotcha Day, This Is The Difference A Year In A Good Home Makes!
#7 Our Foster Pup When She Was Found On The Streets As A Sick, Discarded, Breeder Mama And Then A Few Days Ago, Napping Peacefully On Our Bed
#8 Meet Julie. This Is About 6 Weeks Of Progress
#9 PB From The Cat House PH. Unbelievable Transformation
What is there more to learn? DiCicco told us that keeping “an open mind and heart” is best for humans to help an animal heal and recover from a shelter. You don’t know what might just happen, and the dogs that you would have never considered is the one that you walk out with at the end. DiCicco stressed that anyone willing to adopt a pet shouldn’t be shy about asking shelter staff lots and lots of questions.
“Every shelter has a unique population of animals and no one knows them like the people who work with them every day. Plus, shelter staff have expertise in making successful matches and can help prospective adopters decide whether an animal is a good personality and lifestyle fit. They also consider a potential adopter’s lifestyle, home environment, and the animal’s potential compatibility with children and other animals in the home in order to make matches that are a good fit,” she said.