This Woman Has Rescued More Than 100 Dogs, But One Special Pup Stole A Huge Chunk Of Her Heart

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Every passing day, Penny grew bigger and stronger. Miller fell head over heels in love with Penny, and instead of adopting her out, she realized that the perfect home for Penny was her own!

Penny joined Miller’s five other dogs – Moo, Lucky, Pearl, Kilo and Roofus. They all get along great, but Moo is Penny’s best friend. The two of them are inseparable!

Penny joined Miller’s five other dogs – Moo, Lucky, Pearl, Kilo and Roofus. They all get along great, but Moo is Penny’s best friend. The two of them are inseparable!

Each of Miller’s dogs have their own unique story. Moo almost died of starvation, but he was nursed back to health and is now such a goofball. Kilo was saved from euthanasia, and now acts like a dad for his doggy siblings; he does such a great job helping Miller raise all of the foster pups that they take in.

“A lot of people think that because you get a dog that has been from a bad situation, it’s ruined,” Miller said. “The dog you see in the shelter is not necessarily by any means the dog you’re gonna have in two to three weeks after you get that dog home.”

helters can be very stressful environments for dogs. When they are living in foster homes, they are able to break out of their shells and show their true personalities.

“They are the most incredible dogs, and they know that they were saved,” Miller said. “There is something special about adopting a shelter pet.”

Source: familypet.com