An eight-year-old yellow Labrador was living in a parking area outside a stockroom in San Bernardino, California after his proprietors moved and left him behind. They used to live in the house over the road from the distribution center, so the canine didn’t go far, hanging tight consistently for his people to return.
But they never would. The forlorn old puppy went through his days snoozing in the soil and made due off pieces that bystanders would toss to him.One day, a truck driver saw the Lab while he was on his conveyance course and was grief stricken. With an infant in transit and his very own canine sick, he was not able receive the Lab, however needed him to discover a home.
He snapped a photograph of the pooch lying in the earth and transferred it to an Instagram that he made for him.He began referring to him as “OldBoy” and shared his story on social media.People from all over the country were heartbroken for OldBoy. Eventually, his story caught the attention of Love Leo Rescue, a foster-based rescue group in Los Angeles.
Luckily, the rescue took him in and decided to name him Larry. After being evaluated at the vet, they learned that he had Cushing’s disease, which is luckily managed with daily medication.
Larry also suffers from separation anxiety, so he got kicked out of three different fosters who couldn’t handle him and was even bailed on by two adopters.Larry needed someone who would be patient with him and spend a lot of time with him. He is such a sweet dog and even enjoys the company of other dogs.
Love Leo Rescue continuously posted on Instagram, praying that they’d find a forever home for Larry. Thankfully, Larry found his perfect match and went to live in his new home where he settled in very nicely! Larry has traded his outdoor dirt bed for a real bed and will be spoiled for the rest of his life!