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Pup Once Called 'The Saddest Dog in the World' Is Looking for a Home Again

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Nearly two years after Lana the Labrador became known as "the saddest dog in the world," she's looking for a forever home again.

After an image of Lana cowering at an animal shelter went viral in 2015, thousands of applications poured in and she found a new owner.

But this week, animal rescue group "Rescue Dogs Match" shared an update: Lana is back up for adoption.

She was returned to the shelter last year — although it is not clear why — and has not found another home since, according to The Dodo.

She's now living at a boarding facility, but due to limited space, she only has until May 20 to find another home. After that, she may be euthanized, The Dodo reported.

Pup Once Called 'The Saddest Dog in the World' Is Looking for a Home Again: After an image of Lana cowering at an animal shelter went viral in 2015, thousands of applications poured in. Now, she's once again looking for a home. © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. After an image of Lana cowering at an animal shelter went viral in 2015, thousands of applications poured in. Now, she's once again looking for a home. The rescue organization says the best home for Lana, now 2, would be a farm where she can spend most of her time outside.

"The best family for her would be a mature couple or person that has the time, patience, determination and commitment to help her become more confident," the rescue group wrote on Facebook.

"She is sweet and silly, that is hard-wired into her character. She is timid, wary of strangers only at first. When she is not around the people she trusts, she has the tendency to shut down or become very hesitant."

If you’re interested in Lana, you can email info@rescuedogsmatch.com to foster or adopt her.

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