Man Rescues Unwanted Dogs From Kill List & Takes Road Trips To Find Them Homes

  • 50,000 unwanted dogs facing assured-immediate death are now thriving in their new homes thanks to this saint of a man who drives them thousands of miles.

Ohio-based, passionate animal lover Greg Mahle hated seeing countless shelter animals being put down after finding homes. He gradually saw a pattern that no one else had noticed-- shelter dogs were abundant in the Deep South, while there have been many families up north who were trying to find dogs but couldn’t find one! With this realization, Greg began on a mission to save lots of the unwanted death house dogs! Greg founded “Rescue Road Trip,” a service dedicated to transporting dogs rescued from kill-lists to their forever families across the country. He went through several southern killing shelters to retrieve dogs facing immediate death and took them on a humane road trip to find northern families willing to adopt them.
That’s genius!

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In this video, we see an enthusiastic Greg on one among his road trips with the rescued dogs in his huge trailer. The trip wears him down, but he keeps driving through Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi. He gives a timely snack and potty breaks to the dogs and also makes sure the crates are sanitized at regular intervals. As we see the various expecting families eagerly embracing their new dogs, we will tell that it’s an emotional experience for everybody involved. Till date, over 50,000 dogs have escaped the kill list and are thriving in their forever homes in Greg.

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Rescue Road Trips makes about 28 road trips per annum at a mean of 4,200 miles per trip. Despite being exhausted, Greg believes that this mission helps him become a far better person a day. What a gem of a person's being! We wish him good luck and safe travels! Click on the video below to observe how Greg saved the dog through his noble crusade and spread a smile across the country!

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