Senior Dog Up for Adoption After Waiting Months for Deceased Owner

04 Aug 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Dog’s love for his human is always unconditional and selfless. Recently, an Australian Cattle Dog was rescued in California. The mutt was there for months waiting for his deceased owner in the yard. It was heartbreaking. Ricky Bobby was a 13-year-old dog waiting outside for his human who died months ago.


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The neighbours report to Marley's Mutts Dog Rescue in Tehachapi, California about the dog. the team of rescuers found him at the home in Mojave. The owner of the Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue, Zach Skow named him Ricky Bobby. The reason behind the same is because he was big and fat. He tried to run but failed to matched-up to the mark. Weighing about 108 pounds, the sadness of his owner could be seen on his face.


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The neighbours, however, were courteous enough to feed him hamburgers during his time outside the house. They did their best to help the dog to survive. When rescued by the organization, Skow mentioned saying that in the beginning, Ricky Bobby was defensive, but then he has now starting to warm up with everyone. The neighbour, Klein informed the team that Ricky Bobby doesn’t have any kind of thyroid problem. He is just obese. She also said that “His foster mum is taking him for long walks and giving him the correct amount of food for a good diet.”

Klein also said that the dog has started to trust more of shelter volunteers and is looking for a forever home. Skow has the love for dogs and he is pretty certain that he will find Ricky Bobby a forever home, where he will get all the love he deserves.

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