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An unexpected adoption
Posted by Abby Rosenberg on January 3, 2014
Filed under PetMeds Spotlight

Isabelle share her rescue story:

I rescued a dog a few years ago…. she came with 5 puppies, and they all got placed through an organization:

Then a few years later I rescued another dog. I was a camera assistant on a 3d commercial shoot (big deal) and the director of photography sent me to the car. On my way there I saw people with a puppy; I told them it (didn’t know if it was an he or a she) was really cute and they asked me if I wanted it. I said no thank you, and they asked if I was sure. I said absolutely, I have one and she doesn’t want a sibling. They said, well if you don’t take him, we’ll take him to the pound… so,  I took him, of course. I went back to set with the 3-month-old puppy in one hand, and the batteries in the other. It was quite funny when people told me, “Oh, I didn’t know you brought your dog” and I replied “He’s not mine, I just rescued him!” Nobody from the crew or cast wanted him so we just kept him.

I would love to see my babies’ story shared, well, because after going through a rough period of adaptation, I really feel like I couldn’t ask for better dogs, and people need to stop buying dogs even if adopting can be a little rough at first.

Thank you for sharing your rescue story with us, Isabelle. We agree, pet adoption is the best option!

Would you like to see your own rescue dog or cat featured here? Just email PetMeds at rescuepet@petmeds.com and share your pet’s adoption story and a photo or two of your own rescue dog or cat.

ps: Check out Isabelle’s DoggiePix!


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