Amazingly, a dog who spent 2,381 days in a shelter finally finds a forever home and can hardly believe his luck.

Introducing Higgins, an elderly German shepherd who has spent the majority of his life confined to a kennel at the Humane Society of Preble County, as he has yet to be adopted. Despite this, the shelter staff refuses to give up on him, mainly because Higgins himself has not given up on his quest to find a forever home.

Higgins, a German shepherd who was brought to the shelter as a young puppy, was quickly adopted but unfortunately had to return due to unfavorable circumstances. He has spent most of his life in the Humane Society of Preble County because nobody is willing to take him home. But despite this, Higgins hasn’t given up hope on finding his forever family, and neither has the shelter staff who are committed to finding him a loving home.

As a little pup, Higgins found himself in a shelter where he was quickly adopted. Unfortunately, his initial home did not treat him well and he was returned to the shelter in 2012. According to Renner, who spoke with The Dodo, Higgins spent much of his time chained up to a dog house. One day, however, fate brought him back to the shelter when someone brought in a stray dog – and it turned out to be Higgins.

Higgins had been longing for someone to adopt him and provide him with a loving home. However, his hopes were repeatedly crushed as nobody seemed interested in taking him in. Because of his perpetually anxious expression, people often found him intimidating and would pass by his kennel without a second glance. This led many to believe that there was something wrong with Higgins after spending so much time in the shelter.

Good news! After spending 2,381 days in the shelter, Higgins has finally found his forever home. A 22-year-old guy named Brendon Reed came across Higgins’ photo online and was immediately drawn to him. When Reed heard the dog’s story, he knew Higgins was meant to be his. Reed described Higgins as a beautiful and cute dog and was surprised that no one had adopted him before.

Renner was taken aback when Reed entered the shelter and declared, “I’m here to take Higgins home.” It was a long-awaited moment for Higgins, who had been longing for a loving and secure environment for six and a half years. With Reed as his new dad, Higgins could finally enjoy the comfort of a soft couch, watch TV, play in his own backyard, and roll around in the grass to his heart’s content.

It brings us immense joy to announce that Higgins is going to be a fantastic new member of Reed’s life. We invite you all to join us in celebrating the arrival of Higgins and share our excitement. To stay updated with Higgins’ journey, follow him on Snapchat @higginsdoggo.

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