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ASPCA Happy Tail: Office Romance

Thursday, December 13, 2012 - 4:30pm
Grey dog wearing red collar

Sometimes we can’t help ourselves. It’s not uncommon for an ASPCA employee to fall in love with one of the animals at our Adoption Center—in fact, it happens all the time. For Dea Taylor, it happened to her when she met a spunky little dog in our care who had been struggling to find a forever home.

“Halo is sweet, energetic, and the friendliest dog I’ve ever met,” Taylor says. “I knew she would be a challenge when I learned she was returned to the ASPCA three times. But I knew I was up to the challenge.”

Taylor was right. The first night she took Halo home, the little dog was a bundle of energy. In fact, Halo had “energy bursts”—short periods of time when she ran around the apartment until she tired herself out. “When I put her in her crate, she calmed down,” Taylor says. “Then I looked at those cute little eyes, and thought about how many people didn’t give her a chance.”

Lucky for Halo, Taylor gave her all the time she needed to settle in. In the end, Halo just wanted a patient adopter who would let her play and learn the joy of relaxation.

Did you adopt a cat or dog from the ASPCA? Send us photos at [email protected] for a chance to be featured on the blog.

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juice

Is that an affenpinscher? They are super spunky awesome dogs, very rare too :)

april

ill take her 44 e moccoy gaylord mi.

Janie

My 12 wk old puppy ingested some disk cleaner and I called your Emergency line and instead
of help the money was more inportant yes, it would be nice to have ER money in the money bank that I do not have and instead of the careing nature of my puppy.Money was more important and I plan to let all of my friends and family of nine and all are dog and cat owners know that the care of my animal was not important unless I had the moneys. Thanks for nothing.