Beagle Can’t Contain His Gratitude After Man Rescues Him From A Deadly Shelter

Dogs are lovely and lovable creatures.They have become an integral part of many households and people’s lives all over the world.Even if you don’t have a dog, you probably know and love a lot of the dogs that live around you.

With this in mind, no one wants to see these magnificent creatures in any way harmed.One such example is Joe Kirk, who rescued a dog named Gregory from a shelter before he was euthanized.It is a genuine act of kindness, and Gregory the beagle clearly appreciated the rescue.Gregory the Beagle, two years old, and Joe Kirk after leaving the shelter

Joe rescued this lovely dog just two days before he was scheduled to be euthanized.Joe and his wife, Schenley Hutson-Kirk, are co-founders of Hound Rescue and Sanctuary, a non-profit organization based near Findlay, Ohio.This organization assists dogs who are deemed unadoptable in finding homes and avoiding euthanasia.

“Gregory is one grateful and grateful Beagle!”He is SURE he is SAFE!He is Heartworm Positive and will be treated, but he knows he is in good hands!We will get him healthy and give him all the love he deserves, as well as a bright future!!”Schenley recounted the incident on Facebook.

“We usually house and care for 25 to 30 dogs at a time, a mix of dogs up for adoption and sanctuary dogs who will live out their lives being loved and cared for by us,” Schenley and Joe Kirk explained.”After rescuing Gregory from the shelter’s euthanasia list, we provided him with the veterinary care and heartworm treatment he required.”

“after successfully completing his treatment, Gregory was adopted to his forever home.He now has a wonderful family who adores him, and he lives a very happy life.Gregory’s family also has another Beagle, who has become best friends with Gregory.”

“We are frequently asked how many dogs we have rescued.”We have saved one more,” is the answer that always comes to mind.One more dog is safe and will receive all of the love and respect they deserve.Another dog will be fed properly and receive necessary veterinary care.Another dog will find a loving forever home.”There is no better feeling or anything more fulfilling in life,” the couple explained.

Gregory was scheduled to be euthanized due to heartworm disease.Worms up to a foot long in the heart, lungs, and blood vessels cause this.Weight loss, fatigue, decreased appetite, aversion to exercise, a mild persistent cough, a swollen abdomen, and heart failure are all symptoms.

Every year, 2.7 million of the 7.6 million pets in shelters in the United States are euthanized for various reasons.Contagious illnesses and overly aggressive behavior are among the reasons, but many are simply due to overpopulation.Adopting a dog can help to reduce these figures.