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Published on August 29th, 2017
Greg Mahle: Rescuing Unwanted Dogs

Greg Mahle
Greg Mahle
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Twice each month, for the past 10-years, Greg Mahle ("Molly") has been making a 5-day, 4,200-mile road trip to rescue unwanted dogs, and find loving homes for them.

These are shelter dogs about to be put to death to make room for more unwanted dogs.

Whether you are a dog lover or not, this story will touch your heart.

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Greg’s road trip to rescue dogs takes him and his truck from his Ohio home, to Deep South animal shelters overrun with unwanted dogs. Without Greg, those unadopted dogs would be executed to make room for the next batch of unwanted dogs.

Greg then goes to New England, including New York and Connecticut, to place those dogs into loving homes.

In all, he has travelled over one-million miles, which is equivalent to 42-times around the world.

Typically, Greg picks up about 80-dogs on each trip, and each year, he saves about 2,000 dogs.

But none of this would be possible without the 250 â€" 300 volunteers who support him.

Some volunteers rescue dogs from the animal shelters and feed and nurture them in their homes until Greg arrives.

Then other volunteers greet him at each stop on the road north, and help to feed, water and walk these dogs, and give them a big dose of love.

When Greg reaches each New England stop, he delivers those dogs to loving people and shares in their happiness and excitement.

If you would like to share in some of that happiness and excitement, please enjoy this 4-minute, 14-second video http://www.karmatube.org/videos.php?id=6145

Editor's Note: To visit his Rescue Road Trips website, click here, where they are "Saving Lives â€" 4 Paws At A Time."

Greg charges a modest fee to receive a dog, but often he doesn’t even recoup his costs to rescue and deliver the dogs, it is a mission from his heart.

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