You know, dear Readers, there is love at first sight. It can happen between humans, and I know that first hand. Love can also strike a human and an animal – in this case a dog. I think this is one of those special real life happenings.
Aurora Bergmann was entertaining herself on Facebook, browsing pictures and catching up on some postings. She came across a post depicting a pit bull terrier and it was instant love. Bergmann saw the dog’s picture and felt the image was meant for her.
She stared at this picture for a while and was moved by it. She was compelled to seek out this dog.
The pit bull terrier’s name is Berry. The dog had to find a home, and soon! At that time, Berry was residing at the ASPCA Adoption Center in New York City. Adopters had to meet standard requirements plus two that were important for Berry – First, they had to provide room for roaming and playing, and second, there should be at least one other dog companion. Bergmann was able to fulfill all requirements, and certainly the two most important ones.
The ASPCA spokesman says, “A country life with the Bergmann family—including their four dogs—seemed like a perfect fit.”
The family loves dogs, having four of them already. They had adopted three of the four dogs and all were flourishing and healthy.
In October, when the Bergmanns trouped into the ASPCA Adoption Center in New York City for the first time, their mission was to meet and greet Berry, and if they clicked, to take her home.
“It gives us joy to be able to help a dog,” Bergmann says.
Berry became completely comfy in her new home at once. She let everyone in the “human/canine pack” know how much she loved being home. She had people to love, a warm and cozy home and furry friends with which to play. This household was a dog’s dream.
“When we come home, she wags her tail and gives us kisses,” Bergman says.
Berry has totally adjusted to the yard, home, rules and family. She romps and tears around with all four dogs, but has taken a particular liking to the pit bull mix.
“Now we realize what wonderful dogs pit bulls are,” says Bergmann.
The ASPCA could not agree more. They think Berry is one lucky pooch!
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