The woman took a Chihuahua to the shelter, which she picked up on the street and named Payday.
It was difficult for the dog to settle down in a new family and it seemed that he was constantly unhappy.
In addition, due to the characteristic bite, his muzzle always had an “evil expression”.
Payday didn’t like the shelter either. He was not energetic and playful, because he was constantly afraid of everything.
He was afraid of any new people and situations.
The workers tried to find a family for the dog, but no one was interested in him.
Then the shelter decided to buy advertising for Payday on the air of the well-known Fox News TV channel.
So they hoped to find a professional who would not care about the problematic behavior of the chihuahua, who would cope with the training and help the animal adapt.
A few minutes after a portrait of a chihuahua with his “evil” smile was shown on the air, the shelter received a call.
The man, whose name was Dwight, said that it was his dog, which was considered missing.
Two years ago, he gave a chihuahua to his 10-year-old daughter, but during a walk the dog broke loose and ran away.
The family did not want to wait and went to the shelter for the lost animal.
When Payday saw who was taking him, he immediately changed and became extremely joyful.