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13-year-old Golden Retriever Abandoned by His Owner Found by a Good People Who Saved Him

13-year-old Golden Retriever Abandoned by His Owner Found by a Good People Who Saved Him

Not all the people deserves dogs! That’s a fact and after you watch this video, you’ll have to agree.

People recorded a heartbreaking video when woman is abandoning her old companion, 13-year-old golden retriever.

She drove him into the park, left him, and then run back in to the car and drive away.

Two people, Brandon Price and Alyssa Ott recorded a woman abandoning her dog. She hops out of her car prior to getting the dog out of the back, and the 13-year-old doggo starts to wag his tail.

Fortunately, the abandoned golden retriever was soon rescued by the I Paw’d It Forward in Portland.

The shelter published the video clip and caption it:

“I would like to take a moment to use this entire ordeal as a learning experience and hopefully, in sharing this video, give others pause before contemplating abandoning your animal.

THIS. This is what a dog that has just been abandoned looks like. They are still here. They are still waiting. They are still searching for you to return. They are confused. They do not understand why the humans they devoted their lives to, have disappeared.

Most of the time, we don’t catch them right after they are left. Most of them never make it home. We do our best to recover as many as we can, but we know we are just a small blip on the grand scheme of it. There is no reason to do this. None. There are a bunch of excuses, but no reasons.

There are a whole slew of options available if you decide your dog is not for you, or your life has changed, or whatever you have convinced yourself is what you need.

Here is what I would ask of you: Instead of dumping your dog somewhere, offer him/her the same courtesy you offered him when you adopted him. If you need to rehome him, ok. But be patient. Find the right home.”

The post continued:

“All, please know the dog is safe and not available for adoption at this time. This dog will not be available pending an investigation into what happened.

We know this tugs at our heartstrings, but please know he is safe and being cared for. We will do our best to update if/when he becomes available.

We have the dog, the dog is safe.”

And that’s what is matters the most.

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