Two years in the past in 2019, a fiercely loyal canine named Dillon was discovered mendacity beside his deceased particular person. The poor pup refused to go away the person’s facet, “still protecting his body until the very end.”

This devoted 9-year-old canine now resides at a National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) shelter in Cornwall, England. Alone in his kennel, there’s no everlasting particular person to understand his love and dedication.


Amy Hall, a fundraising and supporter relations officer for NAWT, instructed SWNS:

“He was found lying with his owner who had passed away and was obviously protecting him right up until he couldn’t anymore — which was very sad.”

Even although it’s clear this loving canine makes an amazing companion, Dillon has but to discover a new everlasting house. The shelter nonetheless stays assured that the right household is on the market for him, ideally a private consideration state of affairs like his earlier one.

“He came to us about two years ago from that situation, which is what Dillon wanted and needed, but we’ve been trying to find the right one for him, the right home and family.”

The Right Home Is Out There For Dillon

There are so many various canine house owners on the market, and so they stay in different-sized houses and with varying-sized households. All Dillon wants is somebody who will admire his loyalty and power.


Unfortunately, Dillon’s “puppy at heart” persona works in opposition to him in some methods. Previous foster mother and father have discovered him too energetic for his or her private preferences, particularly as he’s practically ten years outdated.

“The thing with his age is he attracts people looking for more of a dog that sits with you, whereas Dillon in his heart is still a bit of a puppy. He will settle down with you and relax too, but he likes to go out in the fields and have a nice walk — after which he likes to just chill,” Hall mentioned.


Another issue holding again his adoption potential is that Dillon can’t go to a house with youngsters or different canines. Silver lining: NAWT says it’s because he’s so devoted to his folks he can grow to be a bit “possessive.”

The shelter has been engaged on educating him to get together with different canines, first beginning him off on walks with a muzzle.

“We actually sent him out to a foster home a while ago with other dogs, and he got on fine there, absolutely fine, but when they were in the home together, he wasn’t too happy — he likes his owner to himself.”


Hall put a optimistic spin on this trait of Dillon’s, evaluating him to Friends’ Joey Tribbiani:

“He’s a bit like Joey from Friends— Joey doesn’t share. He’s more than happy to go out for walks with other dogs, and he’s more than happy with friends bringing their kids or dogs over too.”

Sadly for poor enthusiastic Dillon, just a few potential bites have fallen by way of. If you’re situated close by, inside touring distance, or somebody who may be that excellent adopter for Dillon, contact NAWT right here. He’s a complete sweetheart who loves hoarding toys, taking walks, and spending time together with his particular person.

H/T: People
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