Losing a beloved animal friend can be a difficult experience from which you may feel as though you will never fully recover. It does take time for the wound to mend, but when some time has gone, you will feel ready to accept and open your heart to a new pet.
After his dog had passed away, Steve Grieg went through this same experience.
Even after a few months, he was still inconsolable and felt as though he would never be able to move on from the death of this loved one.
He was willing to make room in his life and his heart for another canine companion. Still, first, he had to find the ideal canine companion.
He went to the animal shelter in his town and asked for the elderly dog considered the “least desirable.”
He was determined to locate the canines that had been disregarded and disregarded, and it did not appear that they were ever going to get the homes of their own that they deserved.
What did you get? He’s brought home ten dogs from the shelter, and their dispositions couldn’t be more different now that he’s done it.
He even has an Instagram account loaded with images. He has tens of thousands of followers who love to see the everyday antics he and his dogs are up to. It is a lot of effort to take care of them, and he needs to wake up at five in the morning to make a big meal for all his doggie children. This requires him to get up early. It is undoubtedly a lot of labor because each has different dietary requirements that must be satisfied. Then, once they have all eaten, he takes them for walks in the park, makes appointments with the veterinarian, and spends the rest of the day giving them the love and cuddles they so richly deserve. Having one of these elderly dogs is convenient because they do not need to be kenneled, trained, or taught any new behaviors or obedience commands. They enjoy living at a slower pace, and Steve has no issues with it. After a long and demanding day, there are always a few dogs attached to his legs when he sits down, anxious to show their appreciation for the care he gives to them. Simply being aware that he is responsible for their joy is all the motivation he requires to keep doing what he enjoys. His affection and attention aren’t just beneficial to these canines and help other animals. In addition, he holds a pet pig that he calls Bikini, as well as a couple of ducks, a few pigeons, chickens, and a few cats. He has what could be considered an actual animal farm in his backyard, and he wouldn’t have it any other way. Even though he cannot take in any more senior dogs at this time, he plans to build more space shortly so that no shelter dog ever has to experience feeling unwanted or unloved again.
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