This dog was adopted at the cost of long and incessant efforts.
Basher will not be spending Christmas at his orphanage. This dog was adopted by volunteers after a long and relentless effort to identify her and get her story published.
The RSPCA team from Cornwall (South West England) is working to reunite a Cane Corso who has been unable to find a family for 2 years now. In the end, his work paid off. According to the Daily Paws, Basher was adopted a few days before Christmas.
Basher stands out for his weight of 59 kg and 6’0 when standing on his hind legs, but despite his imposing build, he has a very good temperament. Volunteers who took care of him at the shelter describe this dog as gentle and friendly towards people.
The only problem is that he doesn’t get along with other animals and as a precaution it’s best to keep him away from children.
Despite the many qualities, the animal was not interested in any potential owner. Since then, RSPCA staff have posted more videos and posts about her on social media in hopes of boosting her profile.
Several families came, but none of them followed them. Until Nov. 29 and the orphanage’s Facebook announcement that Basher had finally been adopted.
“He won’t have to spend another Christmas at the kennel”, said the association, which thanked everyone who contributed to this success by sharing messages of the brave Cane Corso.