|During a thunderstorm, a man took cover at a Wal-Mart. As he stood waiting for the storm to pass, he witnessed a black SUV throw a puppy out of the moving car into the parking lot of the store. The man immediately went out to help the puppy and was able to get the license plate of the car. He took the puppy home and found her to be a loving, sweet girl. Unfortunately, he was leaving town the next day on business and asked a volunteer of Our Pal’s Place for assistance. Even though our mission is to save animals from death in county shelters, we also want to help people who are doing the right thing for the animals! We agreed to take Sunnie and were amazed at how smart and loving this little girl was given all that she had experienced. We adopted Sunnie into a home where she flourished for over 2 years. Sunnie took her role in the family as protector more serious than what the family desired so they returned her. Sunnie is heartbroken to say the least. She was only doing her job and has no idea what she did 'wrong'. This behavior can be modified when Sunnie goes into her next home by working a specific protocol of making strangers 'good' from the beginning. Sunnie is a loving little girl who merely aims to please. She will do well in an adult only home or with a family that has older kids. |
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