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Man rescues terrified dog 1hour before being put down, his reaction when saved has everyone teary eyed

Bronwnye Mirkovich waltzed into his local animal shelter seeking for a best buddy. He realized the odds of meeting his fur-ever spouse was minimal, but he wanted to give the shelter a go. He had no clue that his furry new family member, Edie, was waiting for him inside the metal fence. At first, Edit wasn’t sure about the enormous figure lurking in the corner. But when the camera rolled, her genuine personality emerged and hearts warmed across the world

Sadly, nearly 1.5 million shelter animals are put down in the United States every single year. That’s why Bronwnye wanted to look at the shelter before traveling to a fancy dog shop. Even though the prospect of adopting a dog is nerve-wracking for some, there are a few reliable techniques to identify whether or not a dog will mix with your personality. According to The Huffington Post, there are five basic tests you may undertake with a dog you wish to adopt. These will provide you a quick glimpse into the dog’s personality and how they’ll connect with your lifestyle!

The tests are:

“1) After letting the dog or puppy sniff around a new enclosure for a few minutes, try to get his attention by calling out to him. Next, extend a toy or treat and walk six feet across the floor. Does he follow you?

2) Take a set of keys or a can filled with five pennies. Discreetly shake it behind your back. Then drop it on the floor five feet from your candidate and note his reaction.

3) Either hop or skip across the floor. Drop down as if you’ve tripped and shout, ‘Ouch!’ What does the puppy do?

4) If you’re still on board with your candidate, see how he tolerates being loved human style. Kneel down and pet him. If you’re testing a puppy or smaller dog, lift him gently into your arms or hold him in a soft embrace. If you sense any stiffening or hear even a soft growl, let go. This dog may not be conditioned to human touch.

5) Now restrain your candidate by a leash or collar, offering treats or toys if he seems startled or uncomfortable. Does he settle down? Try leading him on leash if he is older than 12 weeks and is already accustomed to wearing a leash and collar.”

After walking the rows of kennels, Bronwnye spotted a nervous, white fluffball cowering in the corner. Hundreds of people had passed by Edie, the Maltese mix, and she was just a few hours away from being put down. Bronwnye saw past Edie’s frightened shiver, matted fur and obvious malnutrition and looked directly into her soulful eyes. Clearly, this pup had gone through more than he could ever guess.

From that moment on, Bronwnye was bound and determined to give Edie the best life possible.

The mangy pup sensed that she was going to go to her furever home with Bronwnye and quickly started to perk up. She dropped her nervousness almost immediately, excitedly prancing around the room. She even laid down on her belly to get a celebratory scratch from Bronwnye! After a solid bath, round of shots and snuggle from the shelter staff, it was time for Edie to begin her new life outside of the shelter. We can tell Bronwnye will take care of this sweet girl!

Learn more about Edie’s rescue story below. Thank goodness there are people like Bronwnye in the world!

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