80-Year-Old Man Builds Dog Train And Take Rescued Stray Dogs On Adventures

Eugene Bostick has been retired for 15 years, but has started a new career today: dog train driver. The 80-year-old man from Fort Worth, Texas, had never considered devoting his life to helping abandoned dogs. Fate wanted it otherwise.

Eugene Bostick lives with his brother in the stable they manage. This is at the bottom of a wide dead end in which unhappy dogs are regularly abandoned by their owners.

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The two brothers having much more heart than these people, they never stand crossed arms by the fate of these poor animals left to themselves overnight.

They try to give them enough to eat. They even welcome them inside their premises and take them to the vet to sterilize them.

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Over the years, Eugene Bostick and his brother have collected and rescued a multitude of dogs. At present, they have 9 under their protection. But the Texan retiree is not just offering these dogs a peaceful home and more than decent living conditions. He also began to think of a way to bring them joy. The inspiration came to him when he saw a man driving a sort of small train pulled by a tractor. So he figured he could do the same for his dogs.

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