Human ensured that his dying dog could see snow last time

23 Sep 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Sometimes, mankind does things which make us believe that good people still exists in this world. Niels from Wisconsin adopted a dog from a local shelter and named him Spunky. Niels loved him to the core. However, one day the diagnosis said something that left Niels shocked. Spunky was suffering from hemangiosarcoma, which is a type of cancer where one bleeds internally.


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His human did everything that could be done to save the 12-year-old Spunky. To make sure that her dying dog gets to see the best days, she remembered that she had once promised Spunky to see Snow again. As per Niels, “He is a total snow dog and could play in snow drifts for hours and be just fine. He loves snow, playing in it and eating it!"


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To make the final days of Spunky more Spunkier, the Austin Animal Centre, and Niels joined hands together and rented a snow machine for the pooch. The machine was brought to Niels’s house, and Spunky saw man-made snowstorm in the most amusing expressions. Spunky had the best time playing in the snow with his human. The snow machine was put to good use and was taken to the Austin Animal Rescue center. The dogs there enjoyed the snow as much as Spunky did. Niels added that “the snow machine got to enrich the lives of some of our shelter's dogs.”


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We don’t know how much longer Spunky and Niels will be living together. Niels is praying for a miracle to happen and so are we. Seeing what the community did to make Spunky happy in his last few days makes us restore faith in humanity once again.

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