Despite having heartworm disease, which is completely treatable and not serious, Gregory the Beagle was on the verge of being put to death at the Franklin County Animal Shelter. Thankfully, Joe Kirk heard about his situation and made it just in time to save him. He couldn’t help feeling sorry for the dog.
Every pet has the right to the care they need, as well as a permanent home where they are loved and cherished for who they are. Like people, pets get sick from time to time. As long as the illness is treatable, it is preferable to try; nobody wants to be abandoned or put to death due to an illness. Being ill should never be a justification for abandoning or euthanizing dogs.
In Findlay, Ohio, Joe and his wife Schenley established the nonprofit organization Hound Rescue and Sanctuary. They exert every effort to help the dogs and prevent their abandonment. They make sure that every dog is in top condition and that those who have had a hard time finding homes are adopted. To prevent them from being put to death is the most crucial thing for their group.
The beagle dog who saved him from being put to death at a shelter hugs his savior. He thanks him for keeping him from being put to death.
Gregory is a very grateful Beagle, according to the couple. In fact, he was aware of his safety the moment they saved him. He is also receiving medical attention right now despite having a parasite infection, so he is in excellent hands. They are prepared to look after him, to show him their love, and to provide him a promising future.
Currently, 30 dogs are housed and cared for at the Hound Rescue and Sanctuary. Many of these dogs are available for adoption, and volunteers work hard to provide them with the best possible care. This beagle was at the sanctuary where, after being put up for adoption, he had drawn a lot of interest.
The beagle quickly found a lifelong home and was adopted. He hugged Joe to show his appreciation for sparing him from being put to death in the beautiful images, and this attracted a lot of attention. People who have seen these pictures on the internet have remarked on the dog’s big heart.
Gregory now possesses a stunning family who adore him and are anxious to provide for him in life. He can now take pleasure in the conveniences of home while receiving heartworm treatment. He also shares a home with another Beagle sibling, and the two of them are already close.
Gregory’s uniqueness makes Joe and his wife delighted that they were able to save him, and there is no greater feeling than saving the life of an animal who is not at fault for being rejected. To them, every life is significant. They firmly believe that even though they were unable to save everyone, they were able to save at least one more life, which made a big difference.
This adorable Beagle never stops giving everyone hugs and kisses because she is so happy to be home. He is a very grateful dog, and his family is ecstatic to have him. Gregory won’t ever have to endure being abandoned and on the edge of euthanasia since we are sure that they will have a beautiful life together.