Sixty strangers gather in parking lot to receive their ‘dream dogs’ from rescue

It's so wonderful to see everyone getting their rescue dogs, there's so much laughter and joy.

 Since 2011, Tracy and Scott Whyatt have saved the lives of,700 tykes and espoused them all into loving ever homes. 


 The couple was tired of the fact that2.7 million tykes and pussycats are put down each time in harbors because the harbors are too full. 

Tracy and Scott started Tracy’s tykes after she went on a six- week work redundancy

 in 2011 and decided to follow her dream of earmarking her life to saving tykes . 

Tracy and Scott spend their days on the road driving to kill harbors to save Texas- grounded tykes that would else be euthanized. 


 The tykes are brought to the Tracy’s Dogs ’ installation in San Antonio, Texas, where they're given medical attention and prepared for relinquishment. 

Tracy’s tykes also finds ever homes for the doggos andpre-adopts each of them. Tracy’s tykes will mate with places like PetSmart to use a meeting space where new canine possessors meet theirpre-adopted canine. 


 Each month, Scott loads the tykes up into a 32- bottom caravan and takes them to PetSmart parking lots in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, WashingtonD.C., and indeed Florida to meet their new families. 

“ When people borrow are espousing a canine from us, I really want them to understand they ’re espousing that canine but they ’re really saving three tykes ’ lives, ” Liz Grabarits Operations Director said. 

 So, when 60 tykes leave, 60 further can come by and be saved from kill harbors. 

 That’s mean’s there’s also space for 60 further at the harbors. 

 At these events, the Tracy’s tykes staff gets to see the beautiful moments where a canine is taken into a home where they will be loved unconditionally and watched for for the rest of their lives. 


 It’s an especially emotional moment for the new pet possessors. Tracy’s Dogs takes this veritably seriously. 

That’s why they ’ll frequently hold a form of feathers called “ Gotcha Day ” where all of the families coming to borrow tykes will gather in front of the caravan, while the puppies being espoused are formally blazoned and handed to their new possessors. Everyone blasts and cheers and it’s insanely lovable . 



 Megan Peters and Brian Roseto had been searching for a pet online without success until they eventually set up Tracy’s tykes. 

 “ We set up Benny, soon to be Finn’s print, and fell in love with him incontinently, ” Peters said. 

 And that’s exactly what happed when Megan and Brian got to meet the canine they would name Finn for the first time in PetSmart’s parking lots. 

“ I ’m so agitated, I ’m trying not to try cry, ” Peters said. 


 Roseto was just beaming at the sight of his new friend. 

 There were over 60 happy families made complete that day. 


 Whyatt says they get between five and 30 relinquishment operations per canine. 

 Check out all the joyous faces made that day in the videotape below and learn further about the association 


 Watch the tykes meeting their new possessors in the videotape below! 

 Please Partake this with your musketeers and family 

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  • Anonymous August 10, 2022 at 7:14 PM

    False. This company is no longer a thing. Tracey and Scott divorced a few years ago now. Tracey was forced out of the company and now runs another dog rescue. Also, Scott and the board are withholding funds and all the equipment and no longer saving dogs. Maybe should write the truth instead of old ass news.

    • Anonymous October 20, 2023 at 3:12 AM

      If. Ths is true is so sad and terrible.


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