Last Updated on December 30, 2022 by Pets Feed
Snoop the Staffordshire bull terrier was the loneliest dog in the world after being abandoned just before Christmas with all his belongings on the side of a road in England.
Snoop’s abandonment was caught on security camera. The footage, which was posted on social media, shows poor Snoop running after the car, clearly sorry to be left alone.
However, Snoop finally has something to smile about: he’s been adopted.
Snoop can’t stop smiling after being adopted
Laurence Squire, his new dad, couldn’t be happier to be the lucky person to bring Snoop home.
“I was watching the news one night when Snoop’s story broke. What happened to him is shocking, and it’s clear from the footage and the way he tried to get back in the car that he was a loyal dog. .”
The RSPCA posted on Facebook:
“We are very happy to announce that Snoop, the beautiful staffie who was abandoned on the road, has found a new home! He is living a life of luxury in Herefordshire, his new home, which has a large garden and is surrounded of fields to run and play.”
Snoop is such a loyal dog that RSPCA rescuers say he is prone to separation anxiety.
Luckily, Snoop’s new dad is working from home, so they’ll be able to spend a lot of time together.
Even though it’s only been a few weeks since his adoption, Snoop is already adjusting wonderfully to his new life, which couldn’t be more perfect for him.
After a recent visit, RSPCA spokeswoman Rachel Butler said Snoop was extremely comfortable with his new family.
“The love and attention he now receives from Laurence is wonderful. Snoop lives like a king.”
Snoop plays, runs and naps like the happy dog he’s always wanted to be, but he doesn’t let his new dad get too far out of his sight.
“I thought he might be the perfect dog for me and that I could give him the home he deserved. As soon as he walked into the house for the first time, he jumped on the sofa and c It was like he decided this was the space for him. He loves to lay on the back of the sofa and if I turn on the fire, he curls up in front of it.”
If you want to help more dogs like Snoop, you can donate to the RSPCA.
Images: RSPCA (England & Wales)
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