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Luke Bryan Adopts 18-Year-Old Rescue Dog From The Shelter !!

Luke and Caroline Bryan adopt senior pet, giving him a loving home to spend his last days.

Luke Bryan loves animals, and it's not just cats and dogs. On the family farm, Luke and his wife Caroline keep a virtual menagerie of critters, including several dogs and cats, some goats, two kangaroos, and a spread of other animals. However, one among their most up-to-date additions has captured the hearts of the Bryans and other people on the web .

Poochie, an 18-year-old dog was surrendered to the pound by his family who claimed to possess developed allergies. In many cases, senior animals are euthanized because there's little chance of them being adopted in their advanced years. Luckily, the Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue was ready to get to him before this happened.

Initially, the group had expected for Poochie to stay at their shelter for the rest of his days. The animal rescue routinely saves animals from kill shelters no matter their age, and Poochie was just the newest addition to the animals that the shelter currently housed.

Little did the organization know that country singer Luke Bryan and his wife Caroline had seen Poochie’s photos online. After seeing him, the couple fell crazy with the senior dog. Soon, that they had submitted an adoption form within the hopes of taking him home with them. Quickly approved, Poochie visited accept the Bryans on their farm with the opposite animals they owned.

On the farm, Poochie joined the remainder of the Bryans’ relatives , including the couple’s three boys. There he could happily live out the remainder of his days. Meanwhile, at the animal shelter, the Bryans’ adoption of Poochie opened a spot in order that the organization could save another dog in need.

Luke Bryan had this to mention about the new family addition on his Twitter, “Loving my new buddy.”

Senior dogs are overlooked tons at shelters as families seek younger dogs without the issues that older pets often have. that's why it's important for people to also adopt senior pets to offer them an area to spend their last days with folks that can love and look after them.

According to Proverbs 12:10 director and founder, Lavonne Redferrin, during a interview, “We are so thrilled for Poochie and know he's in great hands. Caroline Bryan has graciously given us updates on our sweet boy.”

Unfortunately, Poochie gave up the ghost just weeks after being adopted by the Bryans. And while the Bryan family is saddened by Poochie’s death they're grateful that he a minimum of need to spend his final fortnight during a home where he received the love and a spotlight he deserved.

Caroline Bryan had this to mention about Poochie, “My heart is gloomy but full to post this… our sweet Prince Poochie has gave up the ghost . He lived 18 years and was loved by numerous people.”

For more on Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue, inspect the organization’s Facebook page. Here may be a video with more on the Bryans’ adoption of Poochie and his life on the family farm.


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  1. You should run an article like this for EVERY person who adopts an older dog!! "Shirley Jones adopted a 15 year old pitbull mix with arthritis and heartworms" "Micheal Lewis adopted a 12 year old blind maltipoo from high kill shelter" . Why are these articles reserved for celebrities?


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