To solve this problem, Save a Hound recorded a video of the tragic story of a beagle dog named Suzie and shared it on social networks. They hope this video will help people consider adopting pets instead of buying them. The video has certainly grown in popularity very quickly and exceeded their expectations.
Some rescuers found little Susie when she was sick. She is thin and less social thanks to a few days of living on the street. The rescue team took her to the Maryland SPCA in Baltimore, where she received medical care and care until she found her permanent home.
Two days later, a video of her story was recorded. In it, Suzie waited a few days for someone to adopt her. Some people come to the shelter, but they walk past her and ignore her. She is sad to see other animals around her being adopted in their loving homes. But in the end, the poor puppy found love in a girl’s touching eyes. The girl is crazy about her and decides to invite her home.
However, the story in the video is fabricated. Suzie’s story quickly finds a happy ending. Specifically, the ravishingly beautiful girl was only in the refugee camp for four days. She was received by a retired priest as a Christmas present for his twins. He thought Suzie was the perfect person for him and his family, so he decided to give her a second chance at surrogacy.
Dogs are our wonderful companions, so they deserve a home filled with love and joy. If you’re trying to find a dog, the easiest way is to adopt it. By adopting, you can save a life and give other dogs enough space to measure until they find the perfect home.
Watch this video and you will understand the importance of adopting a dog.
Save A Hound may be a nonprofit dedicated to helping shelters with their marketing efforts.
They sponsored the creation of more engaging and interesting mainstream media to encourage people to adopt pets instead of buying them at the store. They hope that every pet, especially our canine friends, can sleep in a safe and loving home. Join them and help many animals in need!
If you are inspired by Suzie’s story, please share her video with your friends and family!