Einstein the rescue dog living life to the fullest in his new home
by Lauren Corona
Categories: Animals, Causes.

It’s a dog’s life for Einstein, who has gone from scared, shaking street dog to pampered pooch. Los Angeles-based animal rescue organization, Hope for Paws, was alerted that a small dog had been seen wandering an abandoned lot, and some dedicated rescuers came to his aid.

As the following video shows, rescuers had to corner the terrified pup with soccer nets and a lot of patience. The dog hid his head in terror, not knowing that these wonderful animal rescuers were there to help him. However, once picked up and in the car, he was ready for some kisses.

Rescuers from Hope for Paws, who do lots of great work with abandoned animals, named the dog Einstein, due to his shock of white hair.

There was a bit of work to be done before he was completely back on his paws again, as little Einstein had lots of foxtails embedded in his skin, some of which had to be surgically removed. However, it wasn’t long before he was in his forever home, with actor and director Emanuele Secci.

Einstein the dog is enjoying life in his loving new home

By the look of Einstein’s new Facebook page, he’s settling in nicely to his loving new home. Who doesn’t love a ride in a convertible?

Photo Credit: Facebook, from Einstein’s public page

About Lauren Corona

Lauren Corona is a freelance writer from Oxford, UK. She has an obsession with creating tasty cruelty-free recipes, so when she's not hanging out with her dog, Nola, Lauren runs vegan food blog In Rad Taste and co-writes the cook zine Veganslime. As a lover of all animals great and small, she earned her stripes writing about pets and wildlife for such websites as The Daily Puppy and PawNation. You can find out more about Lauren's freelance writing here or say 'hi' to her on Twitter: @lozbearwrites

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  • pam

    this video made my day. I can spend $25 on junk so quick. Instead I donated to Hope for Paws. God bless these people for saving these animals. I wish I could give more