” It’s like a bond you can not really explain,” Annabelle’s father told GeoAnimals.
Annabelle was placed with her current family after the family decided to foster her mother when she was pregnant.
Annabelle’s biological mother was surrendered at a local shelter a week before she gave birth.
So, Annabelle’s human family took her in.
She brought to life 12 puppies, including siblings Annabelle and Norman. Annabelle’s foster family had no intention of keeping any of the canines until they fell in love.
Annabelle became a father’s girl, and Mother and their youngest daughter fell in love with Norman.
So, they adopted them both and gave them a forever home.
” She’s the prettiest girl, with blue eyes,” father said.
” He would growl at Annabelle, and she would certainly just love up on him and kiss on his face. When she wants love and interest, its dad. The two of them are just two peas in a pod,” mom said.
But Annabelle also has an exceptionally strong bond with her brother Norman.
” Norman and Annabelle had a connection that we didn’t also see in the beginning,” mom said.
You could see Annabelle climbing over the cuddle puddle of her brothers and sis just to get close to Norman in videos of when they were newborns.
When Annabelle had to go to the vet, Norman was quite distraught.
He waited at the home window and wouldn’t budge until his sister got home.
He was extremely happy when she finally arrived home safe and sound.
” Norman is a very curious guy. He’s just a big giant goofball that makes us laugh all the time,” says mom. “Annabelle is totally reserved. Everything needs to come in her way, in her time.”
Annabelle isn’t the greatest fan of individuals, but she’s opened up more and has actually been meeting a lot even more people.
“We took her on a trip with my family, and she met a great deal of various people, and she was great which we were amazed at. We have actually come a long way,” mom said.
When Annabelle and Norman are home, they love playing underneath the pool deck.
That’s since it’s all muddy under there and they love to roll around in it and get dirty.
But father does not love it. He’s not a fan of needing to provide canines muddy baths.
However they do it anyway. Although father tries to block off an entrance these identified canines always find their way in. And they look so happy playing that dad does not really get all that mad.
Mother and father hope that Annabelle and Norman’s story will show will assist destigmatize bully types.
According to Marin Humane, bully breeds include American Pit Bull Terriers, Bull Terriers, Bullmastiffs, Staffordshire Terriers, Boston Terriers, Boxers, and French Bulldogs. Dogs who aren’t genetically among these breeds however just look like one also get lumped in as a bully type. Some say that these types are likely to bite, are naturally aggressive, have more dangerous attacks than various other canines, or do not get along with other children or animals.
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