"He was very excited to meet us and definitely still had a good amount of puppy energy," Haviland told The Dodo. "Overall he seemed like a good dog who was responding well to the training that his foster home was doing with him, which made our decision to adopt him easy!"
When Happy first went home with his new family, he still had some anxiety. It was hard for him to realize that even when his parents left the house for awhile, they would always be coming home later in the day.
Now, Happy doesn't have any more anxiety - because he has friends to wait with him while his parents are gone.