A dog adoption is never an easy process. Although most people would assume it is, adopting an animal comes with a lot of responsibility, especially if the animal has had some negative experiences in the past. It turns out, though, that some of the most rewarding pets to possess are also some of the most difficult to care for. Nobody understood why Benji kept going back to the shelter after being adopted. By this time, it had already occurred 11 times, and all his owners had done was keep coming up with lame excuses. It wasn’t until the new trainee decided to take Benji home with her that they realized the full extent of Benji’s issue.
Benji was a mixed breed, thus no one was certain to which breed he belonged. He was a Labrador and Golden Retriever hybrid, with a little Asian Village Dog thrown in for good measure. He was a great lovely boy while he was in the shelter, but he simply can’t seem to stay in one household for very long. As she returned to the shelter, Stacy was undoubtedly upset and affected by the event. Benji was dozing off in the backseat of the car. As she returned to the shelter, Stacy was undoubtedly upset and affected by the event. Benji was dozing off in the backseat of the car. Stacy felt bad about having to take this poor dog back to the shelter for the 12th time because she had been so confident she could help. But at least they were aware of the cause.