Hoss.... a story of faith and perseverance
On Friday, we went to an event at the Smith Center featuring Caesar Milan. The real highlight was "Yappy Hour" where local shelters and rescues showcased adoptable dogs. There were many dogs with so many different stories about how they ended up in search of a new home. One particular dog named Hoss, really stood out. In fact, his story was heart breaking. He's a youngster at just 1 years old, but he's experienced more in that 1 year then most experience in a lifetime. Hoss was shot 3 times (twice in the head and once in the paw) and left for dead. One bullet is still lodged in his head. However, you would never know he experienced such evil. Hoss had the most loving spirit, eyes full of hope and forgiveness. Although he has been through so much, he has a strong will to experience life. He is adoptable through our friends at A Home 4 Spot, waiting patiently for his happily ever after. We may have had a brief encounter, but that was one of the most heartfelt meetings we have ever had. Hoss was a true testament of hope, perserverance, and the will to live. Please share his story and if you are interested in meeting this incredible boy call 702-239-7986 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all those that have helped Hoss.