A sick dog is overjoyed to have received a fresh lease on life.
Gregory is a Beagle dog, who suffers from heartworm disease, which is completely treatable and not serious, but despite everything, he was about to be euthanized at the Franklin County shelter . Fortunately, Joe Kirk learned of his predicament and arrived just in time to save him. He couldn’t help but sympathize with the dog.
All pets are entitled to the care they require as well as a lifelong home where they are appreciated and adored for who they are. Pets, like humans, are sick to illness. Being sick should never be used as an excuse to abandon or euthanize dogs; as long as the illness is treatable, it is better to try; no one wants to be abandoned or euthanized because of an illness.
Joe and his wife Schenley founded Hound Rescue and Sanctuary, a non-profit organization in Findlay, Ohio. They do everything they can to aid the dogs and abandon them from being abandoned. They ensure that all of the dogs are in excellent health and that those who have had difficulty finding homes are adopted. The most important thing for their group is to keep them from being euthanized.
A beagle dog cuddles his savior after rescuing him from euthanasia at a shelter. He praises him for saving him from euthanasia.
Gregory, according to the couple, is a very appreciative Beagle. Indeed, he knew he was secure from the minute they rescued him. Furthermore, despite the fact that he has a parasite ailment, he is now being treated by doctors, so he is in the best of hands. They are ready to take care of him, to shower him with love, and to provide him with a bright future.
The Hound Rescue and Sanctuary now homes and cares for 30 dogs, many of whom are ready for adoption and are cared for by volunteers who strive to give them as much love as they can. This beagle was at the sanctuary, where he had received a lot of attention after being placed up for adoption.
The beagle was soon adopted and found a lifelong home. Many people were drawn to the wonderful photographs of him hugging Joe to express his gratitude for saving him from euthanasia. Internet people who have viewed these photographs have commented on the dog’s large heart.
Gregory now has a beautiful family who adores him and is eager to give him the life he deserves. He may now enjoy the comforts of home while undergoing heartworm treatment. He’s also a happy, sociable dog that lives with another Beagle sibling; they’re already best buddies.
Joe and his wife are happy to have saved Gregory because they know he is a really unique dog and there is no finer feeling than saving the life of an animal that is not to blame for not being accepted. Every life is important to them. Indeed, they are adamant that, while they cannot rescue everyone, they were able to save at least one more life, which makes a significant difference.
This lovely Beagle is overjoyed to be home and never stops kissing and hugging everyone. He is a really appreciative dog, and his family is overjoyed with him. We are confident that they will have a wonderful life together and that Gregory will never have to suffer being alone and on the verge of being euthanized.