‘Sweet and Loving’ Dog Finally Adopted After 525 Days In Animal Shelter

After patiently waiting 525 days for the “perfect person to walk through the doors”, a sweet homeless dog has finally found her forever home. Cassie arrived at the Humane Society of Great Dayton in Ohio back in August 2017.

She was received a couple of times over that timeframe, yet returned when the families and safe house decided she would be more joyful in a home without felines or little children.The five-year-old dog Shepherd blend entered the Humane Society’s START preparing program where she learned fundamental orders and graduated to cutting edge preparing.

She grabbed the eye of Jeff Schmitt Auto Group who highlighted her in an ad.The business got the attention of Jessica Hendrickson, who just so happened to be taking a gander at the Humane Society’s site at the time.”

The Jeff Schmitt promotion was on directly as I was perusing her profile,” Hendrickson told WPXI. “I began to look all starry eyed at her. I thought, ‘OK, we need one another.'” And when she learned Cassie had been holding up more than 500 days, it was a done arrangement.

“My heart went out to her since she had been there so long,” Hendrickson said. The asylum couldn’t be more joyful. “She is a very sweet and cherishing young lady and has been a rockstar in our START preparing program,” they composed on Facebook. “Consistently for 525 days she has quietly trusted that that ideal individual will stroll through the entryways and pick her and today was her day!

Our staff may have cried a couple of tears bidding farewell and there may have been a couple of screeches of fervor, however we are so exceptionally glad for Cassie and her new family!”Cassie was all grins when Hendrickson came to get her. Maybe she realized this would be the time her appropriation would stick!

Presently settled at her new home, she hasn’t burned through whenever making herself agreeable. “She is so sweet and loving and mellow,” Hendrickson told the Dayton Daily News. “She comes up and wants to be petted and have her belly scratched and paws at you if you stop,” Hendrickson said. “She is super affectionate, but also independent. I like that about her.”

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