When we buy a dog, we must accept that it will not live as long as we would want. They share a bit of our lives with us, but they live with us their whole lives, so we aim to give them with the greatest possible existence while they are with us. We recognize their worth in obtaining everything.
Zach Skow, co-founder of Marley’s Mutts and Pawsitive Change Program, who discovered an old dog named Henry at a rescue facility in Tehachapi, California, has this opinion. The 16-year-old dog was not as agile or vivacious as the other dogs at the shelter, and he seemed exhausted and had rough gray patches on his coat.
Zach was very moved and couldn’t bear the thought of the dog spending his last years in such a way. So in March he eagerly agreed to be Henry’s adoptive father. His goal was to make sure Henry made new friends and had joyful experiences.
Due to his advanced age, Henry first had some difficulty walking smoothly, but unexpectedly the affectionate dog tried really hard to summon energy from within, and it didn’t take long for them to see him pacing and racing around Zach’s yard as if he were a puppy. His adoptive father found it difficult to believe.
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