Dog Returned To Herkimer Humane Society Finds Forever Home
The dog that was returned to the Herkimer shelter has found a forever home.
Rooney has had a difficult time. The 3-year-old was initially taken to the Herkimer County Humane Society, not because of bad behavior, but because of family circumstances. Here's the letter that accompanied her arrival at the shelter.
She was adopted by a family that returned her 48 hours later, on Christmas Eve. The Herkimer County Humaine Society released this short statement:
Hi everyone! To clarify, when Rooney’s adopters returned her to the shelter, they were concerned that Rooney was being protective of the toys when interacting with their dog. Rooney was regularly in doggie daycare with her former owners with no prior concerns. HCHS would like to focus on her future adopters. Thank you!
Thankfully, it didn't take long for Rooney to get adopted again. On December 27th, she went home with her new family, and is doing well.
The shelter reminds anyone who's adopting a dog that "it takes adopted dogs 3 days to decompress, 3 weeks to start to know your routine and 3 months to start to feel at home."