It can be devastating to lose a pet you like, and you may feel like you’ll never get over it. It does take time to heal, but once it has, you are ready to welcome another pet into your life.
That’s what happened to Steve Grieg after his dog death.
He was still devastated and didn’t feel like he would ever get over this loss even after several months had passed by.
He wanted to open up his heart to another dog, but he needed the right dog to enter his life.
He visited his neighborhood animal shelter in search of their “most unadoptable” senior dog.
He wanted to track down the dogs who had been disregarded and ignored because it didn’t seem like they would ever be able to find their own forever homes.
The results? He now owns eleven shelter dogs, all of whom are overjoyed that he adopted them all.
He has to get up at five in the morning to make a substantial breakfast for all of his canine children because caring for them is a lot of labor.
He even has an Instagram account with thousands of followers who like seeing the daily activities he and his dogs get up to.
He has to get up at five in the morning to make a substantial breakfast for all of his doggy children because caring for them is a lot of labor.
There is certainly a lot of labor involved because they all have particular diets that must be accommodated.
After a meal, he takes them all on walks to the park, brings them to the vet, and spends the rest of the day giving them the hugs and cuddles they need.
He also has two ducks, several pigeons, chickens, a pet pig named Bikini, a few cats.
In his yard, he has a whole farm of animals, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Although he doesn’t have enough space to accept any more older dogs, he does plan to grow in the future to ensure that no shelter dog ever again has to experience neglected.