A homeless greyhound discovered wandering around a train station has embarked on a new journey in life.
Mango was merely one year old when he was discovered by animal rescuers at the station in Spain and transported to New York City by Grateful Greyhounds. He was emaciated, frightened, and exhausted.
When he arrived home with his new adoptive parents, Blake and Jane, they were unsure what to expect. However, the moment Mango stepped inside his new home, he craved snuggles and affection. Following that, he slept for an extended period. Being a puppy on the streets must have been challenging!
Mango was not accustomed to living in a home or being part of a family. To help him adjust, his new owners arranged for him to receive professional training for 8 months, during which he proved to be a quick learner. Today, Mango is a classic example of a velcro dog.