Every day, many dogs from rescue camps are lucky to have a new warm home.Adopting a dog is always a great thing to do. But old dogs are always overlooked. This is a big problem.
People assume that a puppy will adapt to a new life better than an old dog. And they have more energy than older dogs. Therefore, they often choose only puppies to adopt.
Moreover, they also pay special attention to the health of the dogs before adopting them. They suggest that older dogs have more health problems than puppies. They’ll be in trouble if they get an old dog
Zach goes to the pet dog shelter for the first time. He found an ill-fated old dog with c-a-n.ce.ro.u-s cells.It broke his heart to think that the old dog might spend his last days in a shelter, so he did the only thing he felt was right—he chose to take him. he’s home.
Zach thinks the least he can do is make sure the 16-year-old has an eventual home to live out the rest of his life in joy – whether it’s days or weeks.
He named the dog Hеnry and gave it the best second chance he could. He had an appointment with the vet to treat Hеnry, and he was scheduled to have Henry’s c.a.n.c-e-r removed.
It was a big turning point for Hеnry. And hope for a good change for him
And after a few months, Hеnry was much better and started running and jumping more happily. Zach worked with Henry to help him get through it and give him a new, better life.