October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog month, so we decided to share a "happy tail" of a rescued dog!
One year ago, Ramblin' Rose was adopted after spending almost two years running around the town of Floyd. Before being adopted, she acted like a wild dog. With the help of the Floyd County Humane Society, she was eventually rescued. Her now-owner was originally just going to foster her for a little bit, but, according to him "at one o'clock in the morning she crawled in bed next to me and I said 'OK, you're probably home.'" She has since become a very playful, sweet, and obedient girl, and often helps other "wild" dogs like her learn the ropes of her local dog park.
If this story (or this month!) inspired you to look into local dogs for potential adoption, check out the dogs we have here!
Remember the flyer we posted last year for Rose? And now check out the video of Rose in her element; happily playing around in her favorite dog park.