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Man Drives 2,800 Miles To Save Pit Bull From Being Put Down

This dog was up for adoption but when this man learned that he was on the shelter’s kill list, he started driving 2,800 miles cross-country to save him. They had an instant connection - A touching moment! Mario Rodriguez has played with the Bulls all his life. Rodriguez absolutely loves the strain — every hole bull he has ever had has been as sweet as can be.

 
 


In 2018, Rodriguez lost his beloved Bull King. Rodriguez had loved King more than anything, and he was devastated by his loss. Stay informed and entertained for free. Like our Facebook runners for more stories. LIKE “ It felt like a part of my soul left with him,” he told The Dodo. “ I could not save him, but I ’m gonna save a couple for him.”
 


 
In August 2018, Rodriguez was making a delivery in California when he entered a textbook from his woman. She tweeted him a link to a bull that was abandoned in New York. Rodriguez fell in love with the hole bull, Hickory, the first moment he saw him. Rodriguez incontinently decided that he wanted to borrow this sweet canine. That feeling got more critical when he learned that Hickory was on the sanctum’s kill list. Rodriguez communicated his employer, and thankfully, they were suitable to record a delivery route for him that went through New York. In addition, Rodriguez began to drive the country's mile off-road. He called the sanctum and told them he was coming, but he was still alarmed they would euthanize Hickory before he got there.



“ I was pushing through business and calling the sanctum every single day, and by the third day, they knew my number,” Rodriguez said. “ They were like,‘He’s still then, Mario, he’s still then! ’” . Finally, after six days of uninterrupted driving, Rodriguez arrived at ACC Sanctum in Brooklyn. Hickory was staying in his kennel. “ I situated my truck and rushed outside,” Rodriguez said. “ As soon as Hickory saw me, he literally nearly jumped through the kennel door. I said,‘That’s it, chum! We ’re going home! ’”
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Rodriguez was amazed by how snappily Hickory clicked with him. It sounds almost like the dog has been staying for him! “ It just looked like he was awaiting me,” Rodriguez said. “ It was so weird. We had an instant connection. I have Norway had a canine get attached to me that snappily in my whole life.”



 
After filling out the relinquishment paperwork, Rodriguez and Hickory headed for Rodriguez’s home in Georgia. As they drove along the east coast, the click of the brackets did indeed increase. Rodriguez was so happy that he drove across the country to save Hickory — it was clear the two of them were meant to be together.

 

 
When Rodriguez returned to Georgia, he introduced Hickory to his two other bulls, Cooper and Angel. The three sisters all got on, and they snappily started playing together. Stay informed and entertained for free. Like our Instagram runners for more stories. LIKE





Soon, it was time for Rodriguez to hit the road again. Since Hickory and Rodriguez were so clicked, the family decided that Hickory should be Hisco-pilot. Hickory loved the idea! Hickory has now been with Rodriguez for about six months, and he’s loving his life on the road. Hickory enjoys seeing the country with his paper, and he’s also a big addict of barking at all the cows and nags they pass.





Rodriguez is planning to retire in about five to six times, and his dream is to start a hole bull deliverance. For now, however, he and Rodriguez are simply enjoying their life on the road together. If you want to see more photos of Hickory exploring the United States, check out his Facebook runner! . Please ParticipateParticipate with your musketeer and family.

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