Copper’s Happy Tail

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Here is another adoption success story for Paws for Life Animal Rescue NC. Meet Copper, Copper was rescued from the local high kill shelter. He was rescued and scheduled to be transported to partner rescue organization up north. Unfortunately, while going for his neuter and health certificate he had a bad experience in his crate and the partner rescue organization decided to not accept him into their program. So back into our program he went. His foster Mom worked hard to help him overcome his issues. One day at an adoption event a young lady feel in love with Copper. She filled out an application and a home visit was set up. While at the home visit it was decided Copper would do a week long home trial. Well that was it, at the end of that week Copper found his forever home. Here is an update from Copper’s new family:

Six Months In

Copper is doing great. We’ve reached the 6 month mark since his adoption but honestly it feels like he’s always been here. We love him so much! He’s got such a big personality and is such a fun dog to be around. He loves to be outside and run around (fastest dog I’ve ever seen!) and then we come back to the apartment and snuggle up together. He would play with his toys all day and night if he could. He loves them! His favorite is still that clear and green puzzle bone you gave him when we adopted him 😂

He’s made a few trips back to Connecticut with us and has done great. He does get a bit nervous when he first meets people but once he warms up he is the friendliest dog on the block!! He passed the Adult 1 class at Petco with flying colors. He’s improved tremendously with walking on the leash, but we still have work to do (part of which the trainer said comes with age). Overall, he’s done really well here and we truly feel that he’s a member of our family and we’re so grateful for him.

~ Kathleen & Chris