The owner takes the dog to his favorite place for a last visit.
The days of this pet with leukemia are numbered. Then Carlos Fresco, his master, takes him one last time to his favorite place in the middle of the hills.
Labradoodle was able to make this last ride in a wheelchair while enjoying one last moment of happiness with his best friend.
Monty, the 57-year-old pet of Carlos Fresco, loved hiking in the mountains. He is always happy to explore the world with Carlos, who is originally from London.
To cement their priceless bond, Carlos and Monty traveled many times to the top of Penn and Fanny in the Brecon Beacons in Wales, the region’s mountain range.
The duo even made it to the Three Peaks. When he was 10 years old, the Labradoodle was unfortunately diagnosed with leukemia.
The four-legged animal responded well to chemotherapy, but after 18 months the disease returned. Since then, his health has declined dramatically in just eight weeks.
If Carlos made this decision in time, he knew full well that his dog didn’t have long to go. He then took Monty to his beloved mountains so that they could make one last trip together, transporting him in a wheelbarrow.
Although he was weak, he enjoyed all the fuss and attention that such well-wishers got. The people in the hills were so kind and equally saddened by his deteriorating condition.
After a bitter 18-month battle with leukemia, Monty finally passed away on June 21st. And thanks to his loving and devoted owner, Labradoodle was able to enjoy the last moments of his life in his favorite place.