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The story of Hector, the adopted dog. From a violent life, to a therapy dog.

adopted dog

adopted dog

It’s a story about an amazing and faithful adopted dog; it’s a story of Hector, the Pit bull, who actually was a blessing in his family’s life. Hector was the friendliest and most compassionate dog that you could ever meet, and anyone that met him, fell in love instantly with him, even if they didn’t know him before. Hector proved that with lots of love, patience and more training, any dog could be able to be an amazing dog, no matter what his past was like. And here is the story of the amazing Hector.

adopted dog

Hector, the adopted dog was rescued from and illegal dog fighting operation, more than 50 dogs were saved then, and then he was chosen with 9 other dogs to move to a non-profit organization in San Francisco. Then it happened, the two couples Roo and Clara decided to adopt Hector, no matter what his past was, no matter how much violence he had faced. They took him, they had lots of time to discover his character before confirming the adoption, but after spending time with Hector, they realized that he is the best dog ever, and that made them take the final decision to adopt him, love him, offer him a new life, and a forever safe home. It was the time to start a new life.

adopted dog

adopted dog

What happened to him was unbelievable; Hector the adopted dog, had a violent life before he got adopted, but that didn’t stop him from giving love. Surprisingly, Hector became a certified therapy dog, his visit hospitals and nursing homes, giving love and joy to all the people who needs so. Hector was born to give love; the adopted dog also visited schools to help in teaching children how to act around dogs and how to save dogs. How noble is that? Hector really proved that a good environment, good people, and also a good training could change the life of a dog.

adopted dog

Sadly, cancer knew his way to Hector, the adopted dog, and attacked him; he spent his last days relaxing, enjoying life, having long walks.

R.I.P Hector, you will always be remembered. Your story has been told right now, and I am a very lucky person to read it and write about it all.

adopted dog
adopted dog