After being left behind with all of his possessions by the side of an English road shortly before Christmas, Snoop the Staffordshire bull terrier became the world’s loneliest dog.
Security cameras showed Snoop being abandoned. The video, which was shared on social media, shows a visibly distraught Snoop sprinting after the car.
Snoop has been adopted, therefore he may now grin for the first time.
His new father, Laurence Squire, is overjoyed to have had the opportunity to bring Snoop home.
I was watching the news one evening when the Snoop tale was mentioned. It was awful what had happened to him, and it was obvious from the video and the way he was trying to get back in the car that he was a devoted dog.
RSPCA published this on Facebook:
“We are thrilled to share the news that Snoop, the lovely staffie who was left on the side of the road, has found a new home. His new house in Herefordshire, which has a spacious garden and is surrounded by fields to run and play in, is where he is leading a luxurious existence.
RSPCA rescuers said that because Snoop is such a devoted dog, he is prone to separation anxiety.
Snoop’s new father will be able to spend a lot of time with him because he works from home.
Snoop has only been adopted for a few weeks, but he is already settling into his new home well, which is just ideal for him.
Following a recent visit, Snoop is thought to be very at ease with his new family, according to RSPCA spokesman Rachel Butler.
In her words:
“It’s good that Laurence is giving him so much love and care right now. Snoop is residing in opulence.