30 Before And After Photos Of Rescued Dogs That Show Importance Of Adoption
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30 Before And After Photos Of Rescued Dogs That Show Importance Of Adoption

  • By Hashir
  • 11 months ago
  • 7 minutes read

In this fast-moving life where everything is 5 minutes ahead of the clock we barely find time for ourselves. And thinking about adopting a pet may seem like too much work. As keeping a pet means taking time out of your immensely hard-pressed schedule for the brand-new member of your family. You have to maintain them, provide them with food and take care of their veterinary appointments. Make sure they are properly vaccinated and of course trained just right. Training a pet can be a challenging task, it depends on many factors such as their breed and what techniques you’re using. Most importantly making sure if are they comfortable in the living environment at your place. These are the things that spring to mind when we hear the words “keeping a pet”.

Animals don’t speak the language of humans but there is a language that we all speak. It’s called love. Love is an emotion felt by both animals and humans. It binds us together in a bond so strong that can never break. The dog is a man’s best friend and there is no doubt in it. Dogs will forever be loyal to us and stick by our side. All they want in return is a loving home. There are so many abandoned and abused dogs that require love and attention from us. We found 30 soul-stirring photos of rescued dogs that will surely persuade you to adopt one for yourself. Scroll down to see.

#1 See the glory in his posture.

#2 Rescued and forever thankful.

credits: phil2146

“My Ex Worked At The Spca And Refused To Let This Piglet Be Euthanized, So She Took Him Home. She Did An Amazing Job.”

#3 His rescuers did a great job. The first picture is so heart-wrenching.

Credits:BittersweetSymphony

#4 Now, that’s the difference of living on the street and being loved in a warm welcoming home.

Credits: Coolmorecooties

“My Dog Wynter – From Living In The Streets To Relaxing In My Backyard”

 #5 Buddies for life.

Credits: RecurrentlyDisturb

#6 She loves her new home.

Credits:besidethebed

“Ripley At Around 6 Months In Iran And Again At Around 1 Year In Her Forever Home In The United States”

#7 Such a delightful smile.

Credits: thecoiner

“Hank! Abuse Left This Poor Pup With Scars And Timidness, But Now He Smiles Ear-To-Ear”

#8 She actually lost sight of one of her eyes, however, it did not stop her from living a happy life.

Credits: Klaudija Sigurnjak

#9 That happy smile of finding a loving home and a family.

Credits: frankthedoggotank

“Frank The Tank. Before And After Adoption”

#10 He appears to be enjoying nature with his mommy.

Credits: meriah_j

From lonely, abandoned, abused and starved to now happy, healthy, fully nourished and loved, they’ve finally found a home. There are thousands of dogs out there that are abandoned and left to die. It is our moral obligation to provide these innocent creatures with loving homes and families. If we all take in at least one abandoned pupper, we can make a huge difference and also influence others like us in society.

You may have heard the popular saying, “Do good and have good.” When we do some good to any living being, it comes back to us in unimaginable ways. Sometimes, we’re hopeless about something and lose all faith. But then something happens out of the blue and all our problems are fixed and everything falls right back in place. That’s nature’s way of repaying us for the good we’ve done in life.

“So My Sis Adopted Her Very First Dog And His Before And After Pics Have Me Crying”

#11 Rescued from Mexico, today he found a home in Canada.

Credits: shmandala

“Adopted This Little Dude While On Vacation In Mexico. The Litter Was Found In The Jungle In Terrible Shape But Were Nursed Back To Health By The Local Animal Rescue Foundation. Here He Is Today Healthy, Happy And Adapting Well To His New Life As A Canadian”

#12 From abandoned in a bad shape to happy and playful. This little girl has finally found her happy place.

Credits: missblueyouwho

“To The Person Who Left Her In A Park To Die 2 Years Ago… Look At Her Now! With Your Horrible Neglect Came A Whole Lot Of Happiness.”

#13 See what love and care do to puppies.

Credits: imostlyobserve

“The Night We Found Him On The Street Vs 1 Week After Adoption. Meet Pablo”

#14 That’s quite the transformation!

Credits: TrioAnimalFoundation

#15 Love the smile!

Credits: mwisni

“This Is My Koda Bear The Day Before He Got Adopted And A Few Months After”

#16 Now Annie sleeps peacefully.

Credits: Echo_hello_world

“After 4 Years In The Street, Annie Found Her Home With My Parents. First Day Vs 1 Week Later”

#17 From tears to joy, her eyes tell a lot of stories.

Credits: effexxor

“My Friend Rescued This Sweet Girl From Being Put Down Over A Minor Skin Condition. Meet Scarlett”

#18 The “after” photo says everything.

Credits:mycatseatbetterthanIdo

#19 A loving home makes such a difference…

Credits: norightbrain

#20 Those are some puss in boots eyes!

Credits: aranjevi

#21 Kudos to the rescuers!

Credits: socks4tay

#22 She’s a free woman now.

Credits: animatedrussian

“My Name Is Rey! I Was On Death Row Yesterday But Today I’m A Free Woman!”

#23 Where’s Waldo? In a wonderful forever home.

Credits: priceisalright

“Meet Waldo. From Crusty And Underweight To A Very Fluffy Boy”

#24  Poor guy must’ve been starved.

Credits: rosieposiepit

#25 That’s a very handsome young man you’ve got there.

Credits: LittleMissZombiebait

“Meet Kasper! He’s Only A Pup And Travelled All The Way From Romania To Join Us In The Uk. Has Yet To Integrate And Learn The Language. Very Good Boy Nonetheless”

#26 Nacho The One-Eyed Dog.

Credits: arubanmac88

#27 He’s now the king of the house.

Credits: imgur

“Toby At The County Shelter 2 Years Ago And Is Now King Of Our House.”

#28 Love and gentle touch makes such a big difference.

Credits: carrie.613

“We Found Teddy’s Shelter Picture And It’s Heartbreaking. We’re So Glad He Came Into Our Lives And Is Letting His Sweet, Goofy Personality Shine! Hopefully He Knows That He’ll Be Safe, Clean, Fed, And Loved For The Rest Of His Life”

#29 Lonely, sad girl to a happy baby girl.

Credits: vizsla_harper

“One Year Ago Today We Adopted Harper From The Fairfax Animal Shelter. She Had Been Adopted And Returned At Least Three Times In The First Year Of Her Life And Looked Alone, Scared And Confused.”

#30 From a street boy to a prince.

Credits: ledronjames

What do you feel about these lucky ones? Do you have a story to share about your rescued pet? Feel free to leave a comment below. Don’t forget to share this. Maybe by reading this someone somewhere will become motivated to save a life and provide a nurturing sanctuary to an abandoned puppy.

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