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They Snapped Photos Of 200 Families With Rescue Dogs. What People Told Them? So INSPIRATIONAL

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A year ago a photographer in NYC decided to photograph over 200 families who had already adopted a dog. The photographer decided to do this because she wanted to inspire us all. She wanted to share with the rest of the world the amazing stories of these families. Her goal was to inspire everyone who wants to get a dog. Her message is clear: Don’t buy a dog, ADOPT ONE. Through her photographs she expressed that adopting a pet can change your life forever. Adopted dogs bring the sunshine in our homes, and the peace in our hearts. If you are already thinking of getting a dog, then adopt one don’t buy. Be the bigger person, and save a life. Save a dog who has suffered enough already. They will be forever grateful. The photographer decided to do this because she wanted to inspire us all, and she did achieve her goal. Here are some pictures of these amazing families, and their brief stories according to the photographer:

“Jane grew up near the Arctic before finding a home in the city”

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“Meet Sheryl and Lucy. Lucy was a year old and starved to 27lbs. Here recovery was a miracle, and a great example of a ‘foster failure’”

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“Earl faced breed discrimination and was photographed weeks before his death via cancer”

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“Tarah, Josh, Odin, Zeppelin and Pizza. A happy rescue family”

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“Sorina was rescued from the streets of Romania, missing an eye from abuse, she found a home in Toronto”

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“Bambam was at an LA shelter and no one wanted her because of her funny walk; that’s when she met Andy”

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“Gaia was found wandering Northern Canada at 3 months old, until a rescue found her and brought her to Marlee”

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“Meet Rebecca, Jamal and Taylor. From a bad situation to happy homes, these dogs couldn’t be happier with where they ended up in life”

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