Many people have a specific idea of what they want when they approach the idea of adopting a dog. Some folks prefer big dogs, some prefer small, some want dogs that do not shed, and some want dogs that have big fluffy coats of beautiful fur. One person took to Reddit to share a tip for folks who are planning on adopting a doggo to consider. The tip being- do not overlook the generic-looking dogs.
Sometimes, the most generic-looking dog is actually exactly what an adopter is looking for in a four-legged friend. Humans tend to be very superficial, and this quality can also apply to their pets. Take a minute, think about what is really important to you in a doggo because if it's more than just a pretty face, you might want to consider taking OP's advice. Let's hear what other folks had to say, this discussion is an important one. That's all for now folks, we'll give you some time to let this all sync in.
Beauty is not everything!! Sometimes, what really matters is whether or not a doggo is going to be cool with giving you endless cuddles and chilling out next to you while you watch a movie on the couch.
So why on earth has this dog been a long-time shelter resident if he is so well acclimated to household living? It might be because he's not the prettiest doggo of the bunch, but that shouldn't matter, should it?