These 10 photos illustrate the happiness of adopted dogs

A stray dog or a dog living in a shelter will spend his time waiting for the person who will want to take him under his wing. Human warmth and the feeling of belonging to a family are crucial for the well-being of dogs, these emotional creatures.

Dogs are overjoyed when their adoptive family crosses their path. This is what these photos prove to us.

Here are 10 photos of dogs that were lucky enough to be adopted.

1. This stray Malinois bitch was hungry and dirty, and walked on her own to the house that was going to be hers.

2. A little bitch with an irresistibly admiring look addressed to the person who has been taking care of her for a few days.

3. An elderly and blind dog who has just been adopted by a family that intends to take good care of her

4. A young woman who was adopted herself decided to become the owner of a dog who, like her, is from South Korea.

5. An Alaskan Malamute extremely happy to have been adopted, to see his happy face and full of enthusiasm

6. A 7-year-old Samoyed dog with his new owner, both thrilled to have found each other

7. Rolled up in his blanket and lying on his new owner’s lap, on his way to his new home

8. The bitch ended up accepting the new family member

To read also: The moving reunion between a woman and her dog whom she believed lost forever! (video)

9. This little one is still shy but he will blossom very quickly thanks to the love of his new mother

10. Her first day with her new family looks promising


Related articles

Lumbosacral syndrome in dogs

when the nerve root between the lumbar spine and the sacrum is compressed, the dog will suffer from the so-called lumbosacral syndrome. What is its


Get his dog ready to move

Using , and rarely makes it easy to manage mobility. Life is more complicated, especially because of the emotional burden associated with the old house.

Benefits of dog bone disease

and can relieve tension, treat respiratory diseases and restore activity… Bone diseases are good for dogs. Through bone disease manipulation and palpation, the health and

This site uses cookies.
By continuing to use our site, you agree to our T & Cs and the use of our Cookies & amp;trackers as well as those of our partners in order to offer you content, services, personalized advertising and to generate statistics & amp; audience analysis.