Adopted dogs deserve the best in this world.
Usually, dogs that are adopted often spend most of their lives on the streets. Living on the streets is not easy for any creature, especially dogs. People are known to be cruel and mean to dogs as well. All dogs deserve to be loved. They deserve to have a forever home with a family that will provide them with all the love and care they can muster. And it will not go to waste either. The dog will love you back and it will give you unconditional love. That means the dog doesn’t care who you are or what you do, as long as you love him and play with him, the dog will love you forever. For the adopted dog, you are its entire family. You will be changing the dog’s life and your own as well. You will never experience a love as pure as a dog’s.
You should always try to adopt a dog instead of buying one. Why inject more money into a breeder’s business when you can give a home to an already needy pup? I am sure the adopted baby will be grateful to you for their whole lives. If you need some inspiration to adopt a dog, scroll down below to see 30 adopted dogs that have an amazing life now:
Adopted last week. From pound pup to pampered pooch. Chloe Bear.
Adopted Buddy straight from the track 3 years ago. He’s a little chunkier but a whole lot happier.
We adopted our Sheba 2 months ago with her weighing 55 pounds. She’s up to 70 pounds with lots of exercise and love in her life now.
It has been 2 months and Flocki loves to cuddle now.
It’s Mika’s birthday (adoption day)!
This is Lenore before and after being rescued by an amazing rescue, The Damaged Ones! After receiving lots of love & TLC, Lenore does not even look like the same dog anymore.
Before and after adopting my stray Great Dane Iris!
Dog rescued from cruelty – now thriving in loving foster home
Yuma is a cuddle dog and loves to go camping with her parents.
Hope’s first night at home.
My Foster Dog Captain Spaulding’s Weight Loss Progress! Bottom Right was Taken in 2019 by his First Owner. Bottom Left was Taken on Day 1 with me. Top was Taken this Morning.
Cricket’s 6-month gotchaversary
She is 7 years old. I’ve only had Zadi 4 days but she is the sweetest and is a perfect fit for me
Happy first got ya day to Nacho! (Also calling it his 4th birthday)
Say Happy Gotcha Day to Kermit!
Do you see these adorable, happy faces? Do they not deserve a forever home? Of course, they do! Every dog does. That is why we always say adopt, don’t shop. There are already countless dogs in shelters and on the streets that need your help. Trust me when I say the love of a pupper can change your life. Scroll down below to see more wholesome doggos:
Lily found her forever home today.
Cowboy is his name. Found him under a dumpster in Mexico while contracting. Brought him home. Not sure what he is but don’t care. He is a sweet boy.
2 hours after adopting
Happy Gotcha Day, Lorna!
Miss posi came home 2 days ago from the humane society and is loving life
Say Hi to Popov
Adopted this little jindo-chowchow mix today. Named him “Ooh-joo” which means ‘the world’ in Korean.
Rescues are the best, end of story!
Remington’s adoption photo
This stumpy goblin was found in a garbage can by a railroad track
Abandoned by neighbour.
Initially fostered this cutie but failed & adopted him bc of how lovable & friendly he was. He’s now spoiled (with extra cuddles bc our cat, also an ex-stray, is mean to him)
A day in the life of an 11-month-old rescue hound
Hello everyone this is Aska, she is a Russian street dog, we adopted her in July. She’s wonderful.
I rescued this puppy from a friend’s family who just said he was a basset hound mixed with a beagle.
Have you ever adopted a dog? How was your experience? Share it with us in the comments below.