Many pups in shelters long for their forever family to come and bring them home. While some dogs easily find their families, other pups have difficulty finding the perfect family for them. One of these pups is Drool.
Drool is a four-year-old pup staying in a shelter in Monte Vista, Colorado, called Conour Animal Shelter. Drool is known to be a sweet pup and easily gets along with people. But just like every pup, Drool needs a family who can give attention to his specific requests, such as being the only pet in the house. So his shelter, Conour Animal Shelter, and Relay for Rescue are doing their very best to find him the perfect family.
Drool has been in his shelter for 722 days. The pup is very likable and has a mild personality. Still, because of his shelter being located in a rural area, Drool has difficulty meeting more potential adopters. Fortunately, Kacey Widetich and her colleagues from Relay for Rescue decided to help the pup to get more exposure.
Kacey and her colleagues made sure that Drool has all his needed vaccines. But they not only provided him with medical help, Relay for Rescues also showered him with love by playing with the pup whenever they get the chance to. Drool loves the attention he’s getting even though he may initially seem shy.
Relay for Rescues took their help to the next level by arranging a sleepover with the pup. The volunteers from Relay for Rescue volunteered to sleep with the pup at the shelter every night. A room was cleaned up and arranged just for this purpose.
Drool certainly enjoys snuggling up with the volunteers all night! Pictures and videos are taken to document and share the small project done for the sweet pup. If you or anyone you know who lives in Colorado is interested in adopting Drool, please contact the Conour Animal Shelter or the Relay for Rescue center.
Credits to Relay For Rescue