Adopted Beagle That Was Deathly Afraid Of The Shelter Adores Her New Dad

After spending 12 days in a kill shelter, one anxious little dog, Peanut, was finally adopted. The poor little stray, who was a 1-year-old Beagle, was quite nervous after being adopted.

Peanut was scared of everything when she first got to her forever home – clearly having been traumatized by all that she’d experienced in her days at the shelter and before. However, Peanut eventually overcame her struggles thanks to a lot of patience and love from her new family.

In fact, she quickly morphed into a regular, “daddy’s little girl.”

Her adoptive family was proud to be able to write, “In the first two weeks she quickly became the big baby in the house and LOVES dad!”

Her owner, Eric Fox, said about his precious fur baby, “She was so shy at the pound she wouldn’t come up to ANYONE, I think that’s why she wasn’t adopted. She has a heart of gold and is soooo 100% puppy!”

The video footage is clear, with some love and care any dog can overcome their past traumas. It’s truly incredible to watch. This is why you should always adopt rather than shop – and don’t be afraid to take a chance on the quiet ones!

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