A few months ago, a Staffordshire bull terrier pup named Snoop was heartlessly dumped on a roadside in England. Camera footage showed the pup being thrown out with all his items. Snoop even chased after the car as it drove off, clearly confused and distraught at being left alone.
After all that heartbreak and days spent in a shelter, Snoop is finally no longer lonely. Laurence Squire adopted the pup after seeing his story on the news, and he knew Snoop had to be a loyal and loving pup. He has issues with separation anxiety, too, but Laurence works from home, so he’ll never be too far from the loving pup.
Snoop has only lived at his new home for a few weeks, but he’s already feeling so much happier. He’s lavished with love by Laurence, and RSPCA spokesperson Rachel Butler says that when shelter staff visited his new home recently, they were surprised by how comfortable he was already!
On his first day in his new home, Snoop leaped right onto the sofa and has since claimed the soft surface as his own. He enjoys lying over the couch’s back, and if there’s a fire in the hearth, he’s sure to curl up in front of it. It’s like he’s exactly where he needs to be.
Now, Snoop gets to run, play, and snooze all he wants! Still, he always makes sure to keep his new Dad in sight.
Luckily, he’s never going to be left alone and abandoned ever again, and his Dad is making sure he knows that.
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