St. Charles Pooch named “the cutest rescue dog in the world”
You look at the face of a dog who could walk into our building, demand just about anything she wants – and get it immediately.
The chances of this dog stopping by to visit a bunch of radio stations are somewhat remote, I admit. Plus, she gets a ton of recognition and probably more than a few goodies, so she doesn’t really need to contact media companies for leftovers.
People Magazine chose the Sky Dog from 10,000 other rescued puppies
You can see why Heaven seems to wear a permanent smile. Be chosen as the The cutest rescue dog in the world in a contest presented by People and sponsored by Pedigree Brand, dog food should make a dog feel good about himself.
The pandemic has prompted Americans to create permanent homes for many shelter animals
More than one million shelter pets (1.3 million) have found themselves in what will hopefully be their forever homes over the past 18 months, and it is hoped that the trend will continue. Hearing stories from people like Heaven owner Jackie Rakers should spark even more adoptions.
“I was scrolling through Facebook and saw his picture, and I felt like I couldn’t shake,” Rakers said. “I’m supposed to have this dog, she has to come home with me.” Heaven arrived in bad shape, needed eye surgery, and was extremely afraid of men and loud noises. “Heaven learned very quickly that my mother was supportive of me,” said Rakers, who also set up a Heaven Instagram account (@heaven_is_a_dog) which gathered nearly 11,000 subscribers on Wednesday.
RANKED: Here are the 63 smartest dog breeds
Is your loyal puppy’s breed on the list? Read on to see if you’ll brag to neighbors about your dog’s intellectual prowess the next time you take your furry baby out for a walk. Don’t worry: Even if your dog’s breed isn’t on the list, that doesn’t mean he’s not a good boy – some traits just can’t be measured.