Animals

I Rescued Her from a Puppy Mill, The First Thing She Did to Me Just Melted My Heart

Like almost every puppy mill dog, Noisette was in poor health when she was rescued – both physically and emotionally. She had never been in a house, and had never been socialized. But within a week of her rescue, she was feeling brave enough to snuggle with her foster dad.

Thanks to the love and patience of the Wuhrers, Noisette is finally learning to trust people. She is even sleeping in their bed now — the first foster allowed to do so. “She waits until we stop moving and then hops in and snuggles in my neck, snorting occasionally and snoring,” Wuhrer says. “She had us at the first snort, really.”

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