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“Getting him adapted to a house at first wasn’t easy,” Raman explained. “He wasn’t sure where to go and what to explore, so he’d just sit in a corner. When I would take him for walks, he was constantly terrified that I was going to leave him back on the streets, so he would yank his leash away from me and run back into the parking lot of our building complex. This happened for a while until he realized we were not going to let him go anywhere fast.”


Luckily, after two months of consistent love and affection from Raman, Snowy is finally able to trust his owner.

“He sleeps and waits for us to get home from work, which is when he showers us with love and we reciprocate the same with him,” Raman said. “He also gels amazingly well with any dog he comes across and is very well-behaved with kids and guests.”