As she leaves the shelter, the happiest puppy can’t stop wagging her tail.

During their employment, shelter workers see a lot of dogs, but there is always one that jumps out.

Matilda was a lovely puppy who was welcomed at Douglas County Animal Shelter, and the employees there observed right away that she had an amazing attitude; she was always cheerful and ecstatic.
The staff was taken aback by this, knowing Matilda’s first few months had been difficult.
The two-month-old puppy had been a stray dog on Georgia streets since she was born, and when the shelter picked her up, she had skin irritation and was worm-infested.

Despite these obstacles, her tail was always wagging, and she was always a happy dog.

Santina Sanders, a volunteer, told The Dodo, “She delivered the best kisses.” “She was the most adorable thing I’d ever seen.”

Pibbles & More Animal Rescue was another rescue group that fell in love with the sweet puppy’s personality, and Sanders wasn’t the only volunteer who observed it.

Teresa Bowles-Chiofalo, one of the group’s directors, was so taken with the happy, ecstatic Matilda that she decided to rescue her from the shelter and place her in a foster family.

When the foster father arrived to pick up the puppy, she was so happy that she didn’t stop wagging her tail for the entire one-and-a-half-hour vehicle ride.

“SHE WALKS CROOKED BECAUSE SHE WAGS HER TAIL SO HARD.”

Matilda was a joyful dog, but there was one thing she detested: collars. When Rich, her foster father, tried to put one on her, she stopped wagging her tail.
Aside from the collar, the adorable puppy adores everything about her new home.
She enjoys playing with her toys and spending time with her foster siblings; in addition, she assists her human brother with his homework.

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