After Being Chained Up For 15 Years Rescuers Treat Him To Everything He Missed Out On

Bear is a 15-year-old dog who was chained up for his whole life. Through the blazing summers and the bitter winters of Long Island, New York, he was left outside.There is no such thing as an outdoor dogwhen it comes to these weather situations. So when Guardians of Rescuegot the call that his owner was willing to give him up, they quickly came to his rescue.[embed][/embed]They cut through his chain, and Bear was finally able to roam free. It was an emotional moment for the rescuers, who decided that they would treat the canineto all that he had missed in his life while chained up.


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They created him a pseudo-doggy bucket list. First one they checked off was the car ride where the dog even got his very own toy. He was intimidated by the big truck at first, but he quickly learned to love it.


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They brought him to get a bath, grooming and veterinary checkup.With his new fresh coat, they also took him to the beach for the first time in his life.


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"He loves to feel the sand between his paws," said Brian, a member of the Guardians team.Bear lived on an island his whole life and had never stepped foot on the beach, but now he gets to chase the ducks and feel the cool waves on his feet.

New Life, New Adventures!Bear had a day full of fun and great new experiences, with Guardians Brian and Nick!Bear is still looking for his new forever family. He spent 15 years on a chain, and it is time this wonderful old dog has a comfy bed, in a warm house with lots of toys and love. If you would like to open your home and heart to Bear, please email [email protected] We Save Them!guardiansofescue.orgPosted by Guardians of Rescue on Monday, January 23, 2017

To top it off, the canine got his very own "puppaccino" from Starbucks.


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Most importantly, this dog will never have to fear neglect or mistreatment ever again.The Guardians are looking for a forever home for this sweet senior. If you live in the New York area and would like to adopt, you can contact the organization at[email protected] or 631-891-8430.

H/t: The Dodo