This Man Kept Coming To The Shelter To Help A Scared Pup Learn How To Love Again

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When Alva first found a home, her shelter friends at Austin Pets Alive! were thrilled because they thought she found her happily-ever-after.

Alva has a neurological condition called cerebellar hypoplasia. This condition affects the part of the brain responsible for movement, causing mobility issues.

Once she was at her forever home, Alva didn’t go outside enough. Since she wasn’t exposed to new people and situations, her behavior began changing. The pup got scared and defensive, trying to bite the new people who visited her family.

That’s why Alva’s family surrendered her to the shelter once again. The shelter staff was deeply saddened and feared that the dog would have a hard time finding a forever home.

Alva Kept Getting Overlooked

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Source: Karen Hardwick via The Dodo
Alva couldn’t understand why she suddenly found herself at the shelter. She wondered where her parents were and why they were not coming for her.

The shelter staff started working with Alva and training her. They showered her with a lot of love and hoped that someone would give her a chance.

Although Alva made a lot of progress with her mobility and behavior, she kept getting overlooked by possible pet parents. They weren’t willing to hang out with her and get to know her.

After spending 500 days at the shelter, Alva stopped believing that she would ever find a forever family.

Falling In Love With Alva And Her Fighting Spirit

After Rotunda made his house Alva-friendly, he took the pup home. Alva felt like she had finally found her forever home. She was happy and carefree.

As soon as she saw Rotunda the next morning, she started wagging her tail, and Rotunda knew that Alva was ready to move in.

The sweet doggo brought so much joy to his home. She only needed someone to give her a chance, and Rotunda was glad that he believed in her from the start.

Alva’s Perfect Forever Home

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Source: @adopted_alva

After Rotunda made his house Alva-friendly, he took the pup home. Alva felt like she had finally found her forever home. She was happy and carefree.

As soon as she saw Rotunda the next morning, she started wagging her tail, and Rotunda knew that Alva was ready to move in.

The sweet doggo brought so much joy to his home. She only needed someone to give her a chance, and Rotunda was glad that he believed in her from the start.

Alva quickly bonded with Max, her doggy sibling. The two siblings became best friends and they love napping together.

Rotunda’s love for Alva melted her anxiety and her fears, which were holding her down. She adores her dad and showers him with kisses.

She is a new dog now. She loves her new life and can’t stop smiling.

 

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