Shelter Dog Who Refused To Look At Anyone Makes The Most Amazing Transformation

Chelsea Elizabeth Cossairt viewed Clementine’s portrait online just two days before she was put to sleep. A few weeks ago, the animal control department discovered this scrawny puppy wandering the streets of Southern California. She was placed on “death row” at the shelter due to her severe health concerns, but something in the little snapshot called to Cossairt’s heart.

So she applied and received a reply soon. Cossairt told The Dodo, “The worker at Ginger’s Pet Rescue was shocked and in tears that we were curious about her.” “She said that out of the many dog adoption applications they’d received within the preceding fortnight, none had been for Clementine.”


Clementine has an extended and unpredictable road in her current state, which is consistent with rescuers. Cossairt, on the opposite hand, was cognizant of her. She continued, “She had sad, empty eyes.” “Whenever we came to visit to her or near her, she never glanced at our faces and lowered her head.”


Clementine, on the opposite hand, trusted other dogs and gravitated toward her new furry siblings, Moose and Maple, directly. CossairtCossairt caught the glimmer of a happy dog Clementine may become that time. Cossairt explained, “She sought solace in being near them and moving with them as a pack about the house or yard.”

Clementine started to feel better and no longer shivered after several visits to the vet and months of treatment for illness and allergies. She plucked up the courage to face her human parents. Clementine’s new favorite thing has become looking lovingly at her mother seven months later.

“She likes to seem us within the eyes as we pet her, and she’s extremely attentive once we ask her,” Cossairt said. “She’s still suspicious of latest people, and that we may scare her if we move too rapidly or approach her from behind, but she’s gone an extended way.”

Clementine is sort of a different dog now, filled with curiosity and fun, as if she’s reliving puppyhood for the prime time. Most importantly, she feels safe now.

“When we work from home, she lies at our feet and enjoys belly massages after finally revealing her tummy to us for petting last month,” said Cossairt. “We assume it’s her way of investigating and understanding out what things are when she ‘boops’ everything in view. She looks so much like a puppy that we sometimes wonder if she was once a dog. If you don’t pay her or stop caressing her, she’ll nudge your hand.

Clementine has gone an extended way since her adoption, and she’s not the fearful dog who faced the walls. She now would do anything for her family, and that they can’t imagine living without her. “She’s such a pleasant and delicate girl , “Cossairt said. “We could see directly that she simply wants to like and be loved. She is protective and constant to us, and she or he follows us around everywhere.”