A dog adoption is never an easy process. People assume it’s easy, but there’s a lot of responsibility involved, especially if the animal being adopted had a traumatic history. But it turns out that some of the most entertaining pets are often the hardest to care for. Benji was adopted numerous times before returning to the shelter for unknown reasons. By this time, it had happened eleven times, and his owners kept coming up with lame excuses. It wasn’t until the new trainee decided to take Benji home with her that the issue with Benji became clear.
And Once Again, He Came Back
Benji was a mixed breed, therefore it was unclear to which breed he belonged. He had traits of both Labrador and Golden Retriever dogs, with a dash of Asian Village Dog thrown in for good measure. At the shelter, he was a great, affectionate boy, but he never seems to stay with one family for very long. Stacy was noticeably upset and scared by the experience when she arrived back at the shelter. In the back seat of the automobile, Benji was fast asleep. Stacy was noticeably upset and scared by the experience when she arrived back at the shelter. In the back seat of the automobile, Benji was fast asleep. Despite her conviction that she could save him, Stacy was distraught that he had to be brought back to the shelter for the twelfth time. However, at least they knew why it happened.