In a wheelbarrow, a dying labradoodle walks across a Welsh mountain with his owner.
A MAN used a wheelbarrow to help his dying beloved dog up his favorite mountain for their final trek together.
Monty the labradoodle and his owner Carlos Fresco, 57, traveled from London to the Brecon Beacons, Wales, to climb the summit of Pen y Fan. Before Monty was diagnosed with leukemia, the two had loved walking in several sites across the country, including three peaks.
Carlos hurriedly arranged the journey after learning that the ten-year-old dog was terminally ill and his health was deteriorating.
“People on the slopes were extremely friendly and sad at his worsening condition,” he claimed.
“In fact, complete strangers asked if they might help push Monty on his final journey, and many complete strangers shed a tear, as we all adore our little four-legged companions.
“I want to express my gratitude to them all for their unwavering support, encouragement, and real care for Monty.
“That tiny guy had such an impact on so many people’s lives. Everyone he came into contact with smiled, and he took a moment to think on how life isn’t always so bad.”
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After an 18-month battle, Monty died at the foot of Carlos’ bed on Father’s Day, June 21, shortly after the trip.
“Our tiny buddies are never judgmental, are constantly waiting for you, and bring solace when things don’t go as planned,” Carlos explained.
“I’d want to express my gratitude to all of the amazing people we encountered in Brecon and on the hills for their real friendliness and sympathy.
“He was a one-of-a-kind kid. God bless you, little fella, and goodnight.”