Anytime a dog is adopted by a loving home, it’s a cause for celebration! Shelter dogs deserve all the love in the world. They often survive traumatic situations and then living in a shelter alone can be bad for them. It’s a scary experience living in a place waiting for the opportunity to be taken into a forever home. So when a dog has spent far too long in a shelter and the right home finally comes along, it’s a momentous victory!

Smithy, for instance, spent four years at a shelter and was recently adopted by a loving family. Now, the same dream has come true for the adorable Moby!

Moby spent 848 days in the shelter waiting for a forever home and the time has finally come. In the video above, it’s obvious quite how much Moby already loves his new family! When he sees them coming from a distance, his tail happily wags uncontrollably and he can’t help but want to be right next to them all the time.

An employee can be heard saying he’s been waiting for a long time for the right people and someone else says “he hit the lottery!” So we know Moby is in great, loving hands!

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Dog Finally Finds Forever Home After 848 Days in the Shelter

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