In A Dog's Journey Home, Episode 5, see the dedicated Tracy's Dogs team in action, led by Tracy and Scott Whyatt, as they work tirelessly to save the lives of thousands of dogs and find them proper homes across the country. In this emotional episode, see the team save dozens of dogs from "kill shelters" and bring them to meet with the owners of their new forever homes in Madison, Wisconsin. There are some special challenges on this trip so see how the team makes each dog's transition from the transport to their new owners with concern and love. Watch the full episode on OnlyGood.tv and start your FREE TRIAL today!
In A Dog's Journey Home, we'll meet the incomparable Tracy Whyatt who in 2011 took a break from her pharmaceutical job in search of something more meaningful. A lifelong dog lover, Tracy was horrified to discover that San Antonio had a holding tank for dogs to be euthanized.
She took matters into her own hands and now Tracy and her husband Scott have committed themselves to these abandoned dogs by rehabilitating them and hand delivering them to their forever families. That's how their non-profit, Tracy's Dogs, was born. Meet the dedicated Tracy's Dogs team as they tirelessly work to save the lives of thousands of dogs and find them proper homes across the country. FOR FULL STORIES visit http://www.onlygood.tv/ !
Dr. Amy Jo Pilmer is a veterinarian from San Angelo, TX who has turned her own home into a wildlife sanctuary. Her love of animals and the outdoors led her to become both veterinarian and animal rescuer, who saves all types of animals. Watch her story of loss, persistence, and animal rescue now on www.onlygood.tv!
In A Dog's Journey Home, see the dedicated Tracy's Dogs team in action, led by Tracy Whyatt, as they work tirelessly to save the lives of thousands of dogs and find them proper homes across the country. In this emotional episode, see the team save dozens of dogs from a "kill shelter" in San Antonio and bring them to meet the owners of their new forever homes in Buffalo, New York. Watch the full story only at onlygood.tv!
We've met a lot of amazing organizations and non-profits over the years, especially ones that do amazing things to help shelter dogs, who are close to euthanasia, find love and forever homes. Some of these organizations are small and community based, while others cover a larger regional or national footprint. No matter their size, what they do to support these dogs is nothing short of inspirational.
The Trenton Thunder, a minor league baseball affiliate of the NY Yankees, has an unusual way of getting through the dog days of summer. If you attend their home games, you will find Golden Retrievers serving as the "bat dogs" and mascots for the minor league baseball team.