Last Updated on March 15, 2022 by Pets Feed
Eugene has built a makeshift train to walk his rescued dogs around the neighborhood and they also go on trips around the area.
Eugene Bostick of Fort Worth, Texas built a makeshift train to walk his rescued dogs, the homemade dog train takes several rescued stray dogs for fun walks around the neighborhood and they also go for hikes around the area.
The 80-year-old says he never planned to devote his golden years to helping pets in need, but felt it was his duty because of the cruelty of others.
He built a makeshift train to walk the dogs
We live in a cul-de-sac, where my brother and I have a stable.
People sometimes come and leave the dogs here, leaving them to starve. So we start to feed them, we take care of them, we take them to the vet to have them sterilized or sterilized. We made them a place to live.
Over the years, Eugene has helped countless abandoned dogs. But more than keeping them safe, he’s found a lovable way to keep them happy.
These dogs have a great space to run and play at Eugene’s farm, but he thought it would be nice if he could take them on small excursions to other places as well. So he got inspired and built this very creative train to walk his dogs.
saw this guy with a tractor and wagons attached behind him, the kind used to remove stones. I thought that would make a good dog train. I am a good welder, so I took plastic barrels, I made holes in them, I put wheels in them and I put them one after the other.
When they hear me hooking up the tractor to the train, they go crazy.
Taken from: The Dodo