Meet Valerie Reed, an amazing woman who was troubled by the thought of elderly dogs who went to another world abandoned and lonely. And it was for this reason that she made her home a hospice.
A non-profit institution for old dogs is located in Missouri and now up to eight dozen dogs live there.The shelter has been operating for the fifth year after a woman could not attach her parents’ old Doberman.
She said that she and her husband already had pets and they could not take another one. But it turned out that because of the old age, no one wanted to shelter the animal. And it was then that she decided to provide assistance to all elderly dogs.
Now Valeria accepts all elderly dogs whose owners have passed away or moved to a nursing home. As well as those who have lived in shelters for too long.
Dogs live freely in the yard, walk and communicate. They do not limit them. And the pets themselves feel confident and know that they are loved here and will not be offended.
Valerie admits that there is nothing more valuable than watching the transformation of dogs and seeing how the animal ceases to be desperate and sad.
Now the woman has seventeen full-time employees who take care of all eight dozen dogs around the clock. Since their discovery, they have managed to send about 800 dogs to a better world.