Too nice dog adopted

Dog returned for being ‘too nice’ has found a loving home

A sweet-natured dog, who loved to be held, hugged and snuggled, recently found herself homeless because her nice personality wasn’t what her people wanted. Yes, as amazing as it may seem, Helena’s last family dropped her off at a Georgia animal shelter because they felt that she was just “too nice.”

Much to most everyone’s dismay, the snuggly, cuddly “Velcro dog” was not what Helena’s former family had in mind when they brought her home. Fortunately for Helena, something better was in store – a family who would appreciate all of the love that this special girl has to share. On March 7, LifeLine Animal Project let everyone know that the exceptionally nice dog had been adopted:

Nice guys (dogs) don’t always finish last 😉

Helena, the snuggliest pup in the ATL, who was returned to our Fulton County Animal Services location after she was “too nice” has found a home who’s just as nice as she is 

Happy Adoption Helena – may you get all of the love that you so desperately crave.

Prior article about Helena here.

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10 replies
  1. pennysdachshunds says:

    GREAT NEWS Those prior “NIT-WITS” don’t DESERVE to have possession of a “COCKROACH”!!! I hope they will Love HER AS WE KNOW SH WILL THEM!!! Thank you for hanging In with Her to find a Happy Home!!!

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    • Michael Coulter says:

      I’m not saying that you’re wrong, but a previous article said that the previous owners bought her as a guard dog.

      I think the only danger that anyone would be in from this snuggle-bug is getting liked to death ????

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  2. Dana says:

    I would have brought her home in a second, I love those mush mush precious dogs, loyal, loving pumpkins. I’m glad she was returned, those previous aholes don’t deserve to have a dog. Now she will be loved the way she deserves. Happy trails to you and your loving family, Helena!!

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  3. Nancy Raymond says:

    HUGE THANK YOU to the kind couple who adopted Helena – she deserves a safe loving home and you will never regret giving her one. Wish you and Helena a wonderful life.

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