Puppy Keeps Returning Back To Shelter, One Determined Man Takes Him To Find Out Why

Sister and brother dogs called Abe and Abbi were moved to New York from Puerto Rico to have a better chance to find a forever home.

Abbi was directly adopted, which left Abe all alone in the shelter. The staff of the shelter thought that the dog would be adopted very soon. And that’s what happened when a co-worker of a senior editor at The Dodo decided to adopt the dog according to the senior editor, John Handem Piette.

They were very happy that Abe was adopted, but did not take long as Abe was surrendered to the shelter again! Abe is so friendly and loved as all the other dogs in the shelter were very thrilled when he was back to the shelter. This left the staff in awe to know what was the reason, that prevented Abe from being adopted. After 2 weeks, Abe was also adopted, but he was then returned for the second time in less than a month!

That’s when John and his girlfriend decided to adopt Abe, and renamed him to Bean, to give him a new start. The couple decided to do whatever it took to let Bean stay with them. John said that the dog was returned twice to the shelter as he caused an endless devastation!

Once the dog was at John’s home, he started pulling on the leash, chasing birds, destroying a shoe and his dog bed! However, the couple decided to be very patient to see if they could change Bean’s behavior.

When the Coronavirus struck, the couple decided to move Bean to John’s parents’ house, and that was the turning point as he was able to swim in the family’s pool, and to see snow for the very first time. Having 2 cats, Simba and Tigger, played a good role in controlling Bean’s energy as he started playing with Tigger and running around everywhere.

Simba did not accept Bean so much, but everyone else did. The arrival of Bean in John’s parents’ house was a win-win for everyone. He started settling finally in a forever home. So, the couple decided to adopt the dog permanently. What a happy ending! Watch the video below.

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