A dog who has never been inside before takes his first nap in a real bed.

 Sundae had spent her entire life in a junkyard and a chilly garage.


Country Roads Animal Rescue Society rescued the coonhound/Labrador retriever mix from a dog-hoarding situation in Oklahoma City, and she gave birth to a litter of pups without ever entering a home.



That is, until her foster mother demonstrated the value of a warm bed. Sundae's face was filled with relief as soon as she lay down to rest.


Sundae felt confident that she was secure.

Mugglequeen, Sundae's foster mom, wrote on Reddit, "We've had her for about a week, and you'd never know she's never been an indoor dog before." "She's entirely toilet trained, incredibly nice, and pretty polite on the inside," the owner explained.



Mugglequeen named her Sundae because she seemed to match her sweetness and the gorgeous chocolate, vanilla, and caramel tint on her face. 


Sundae was suspicious of men at first, but after her foster mother placed a pair of her boyfriend's shorts on Sundae's favorite area, the bed, she began to warm up to him.


Sundae is now the nicest little girl, cuddling with her foster mommy whenever she can. "She loves to sleep as close to me as possible in bed," Mugglequeen said. "I feel she's just making up for almost eight years of no affection."


Sundae is finally receiving the medical treatment she deserves after a lengthy period of neglect. 


Her veterinarian revealed she had heartworms and needed dental work, but she was otherwise healthy. Sundae's only responsibility now is to wait for the right family to fall in love with her puppies, which are being cared for by other foster families.





"Her ideal family would have a very relaxed lifestyle and a lot of patience to enable her continue to come out of her shell and acquire confidence," Mugglequeen explained. "She'll stay with me till she finds her perfect forever family!"


Hopefully, this lovely mom dog will be adopted by someone soon.


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  • Anonymous June 4, 2022 at 10:13 AM

    Why can’t you keep her? The first time she has ever experienced love and comfort.... and now you want to get rid of her? You are not any different from the hoarder

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    • Anonymous June 6, 2022 at 12:20 PM

      Please do not criticize because you don't know why she could not keep this dog permanently

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      • Anonymous June 6, 2022 at 2:55 PM

        That’s very judgemental! Foster homes keep taking needy dogs so the dogs finds a permanent home. They can’t keep them all.

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        • Anonymous June 14, 2022 at 10:23 PM

          What an ignorant comment! She is a foster carer!

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          • Anonymous June 22, 2022 at 4:47 PM

            People who foster animals find forever homes for the animals so they can foster more. For every one they keep, that's one more they can't help. I hope this helps you understand how fostering works.

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          • Anonymous June 4, 2022 at 11:24 AM

            Please keep her ❤️

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            • Anonymous June 15, 2022 at 3:05 AM

              I have nothing but praise for those who foster. They are the first line for an animal that has never experienced love or a home. They take on dogs stressed out in shelters. Their job is to provide comfort until their forever home can be found.
              What are you doing to help with this problem besides run your mouth

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              • Anonymous June 16, 2022 at 11:16 AM

                Because they are foster carers possibly if the kept her then they may not be able to foster other pets that need help and chance to have a great life

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                • Anonymous June 17, 2022 at 11:10 AM

                  Foster families work with dogs to refine their manners, reduce anxiety, teach them how to live as part of a family, address their health needs, and let them learn to receive love. When the family has done that, the dog is way more ready for a forever home. That foster family who’s willing to take on all that responsibility then can polish up, so to speak, another needy dog.

                  My daughter commented that she does that, and probably should, because not everyone is comfortable taking on a dog who’s alienated or mistreated. She’s ok with that dog’s needs.

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                  • Anonymous June 21, 2022 at 11:22 PM

                    I pray that this mama dog sundea finds her forever home soon as she really deserves it and big thanks to her Foster family

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                    • Anonymous June 22, 2022 at 5:41 AM

                      God bless all foster moms and dads. Don't criticize foster people, until you walk in their shoes. They are on the front line. Without these people, these dogs probably wouldn't even get a second chance. Try fostering or rescuing, and then you will know how heartbreaking these job's really are.

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