Wall-E The Wonder Dog in New Home

An Oklahoma puppy that was euthanized, declared dead by a vet, and found alive in a dumpster the next day made a miraculous and widely publicized recovery, and now the little marvel has settled into a new forever home.

An Oklahoma puppy that was euthanized, declared dead by a vet, and found alive in a dumpster the next day made a miraculous and widely publicized recovery, and now the little marvel has settled into a new forever home.

The potential adopter list for Wall-E was a mile long. His story captured the hearts of dog lovers near and far, with offers of adoption pouring in from around the world. In the end, it was a series of sweet, welcoming messages from a dog that won over decision makers, and Wall-E’s new family is revealed in the following report from KWTV.

Please note that renowned animal artist Ron Burns is selling prints of a painting he did of Wall-e to raise money for the Murray County animal shelter. Life With Dogs will be giving away a copy of the famed print in an upcoming contest – keep an eye out…

12 thoughts on “Wall-E The Wonder Dog in New Home

  1. Is it common in America for vets/pet owners to dispose of animals by throwing them in the bin, like an empty food wrapper? What a wonderful way to spread disease. We generally use burial or cremation in more enlightened countries.

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