Shelter Dog Refuses To Let Go Of His Owner’s Arm On The Ride To His New Home

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shelter dogSam Clarence

A video of a shelter dog adopted by a man named Sam Clearance has gone viral. Everyone who saw the video was amazed by the incredible closeness between the rescue dog and his new owner.

Although a close relationship between dogs and owners is quite common, the dog in the video wouldn’t let go of Sam’s arm, even in the middle of the road trip to his new home.

As we can all see, the dog called Stanley is more than grateful that Sam is adopting him and giving him a new home. We can’t imagine what Stanley had to go through in his life previously, but now we can see he is more than happy to be given a second chance in life.

Although he’s not a puppy anymore, Stanley never outgrow his habit of always touching his owner. He does it everywhere, even in the car when Sam is driving.

We have to be touching at all times. He’s very forceful about it, Sam told The Dodo.

If I’m driving we have to be in contact, or he will force it upon me, Sam said. If we are watching TV, [the] same thing. I will get paws flying at me until I touch him. It’s just his quirk. If I’m not around, he will do it to my housemate as well.

shelter dog
Sam Clarence

Sam likes to call his dog a ‘velcro dog’ being extremely clingy. It’s a term that describes dogs who wouldn’t separate from their owners even for a minute.

Stanley is a lucky dog, as Sam doesn’t mind his dog’s clingy nature. What’s more, he always takes him to outdoor adventures across the country.

He just lives to please so goes with the flow, Clarence added. He’s a very happy chappy and a laugh a minute. I’ve never known a dog with such a big personality.

The heart-warming closeness of Sam and Stanley is a living proof that to dogs, we are their whole world. So, it’s only fair to pay more attention to these loving and loyal friends. You can watch the whole video here.


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