Dog Falls Asleep On My Lap After Realizing She’s Being Rescued

Dog Falls Asleep On My Lap After Realizing She’s Being Rescued
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Shelter dog rescued by Howl Of A Dog falls asleep after realizing she’s being saved. This is a short video of Bella, we will post her entire story as soon as she’s completely recovered and will be up for adoption. But until then we wanted to share with you this sweet moment of her falling asleep just a few minutes after she had been rescued. She was so trusting and relieved to be finally saved … she didn’t care about anything else, only wanted to take a nap in someone’s arms.
Bella is a bit underweight and, after having the blood tests and medical investigations done she was also prescribed supplements to help her spleen and liver. She’s also had a medicated bath to get rid of fleas and ease the itching. You can find out more about Bella and watch her progress on our website: or Facebook page:
Thank you so much to all our viewers and supporters for helping us save these innocent souls!

Update October 2018: We have just published now the full rescue video of Bella:

To help us rescue more animals in need please visit:
#HowlOfADog #DogRescue

Howl Of A Dog is a small nonprofit animal rescue organization located in Romania. Our commitment is to rescue abandoned, neglected and abused dogs from the streets or from local kill-shelters and to find them suitable loving forever homes.
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  1. My mom got a rescue male cat after her cat of many years finally went on the next part of his journey. A red tabby she named Oliver. He does not let her out of his sight.

  2. I ask those who post videos in English to put the subtitles (not only in the videos) but also in the comments. This way we can translate it in Google Translate. Speaking English is important but not everyone in the world can. Let's join this campaign.

  3. All these comments are beautiful.  I would have wanted Bella.  Dogs love secure and safe homes.  They can sense it.

  4. Clips like this break me up. As a zoologist I have worked with other animals for most of my life and I fail to understand how people can visit such misery on their so-called "pets". Rescue and care centres such as "Howl Of a Dog" do such a valuable job. That Bella so readily recognises her change in circumstances says much about the intelligence and sensitivity of other animals. Many thanks for your great work.

  5. It never fails to amaze me how resilient dogs are! After a life of being mistreated they bounce right back with a little love !

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