The AMAZING Story Of One Man Who Has Saved Over 30,000 Dogs From Kill Shelters
2 years ago - By iHeart Dogs
Every other week, Greg Mahle packs up his specially outfitted big rig and heads thousands of miles south from his home in Ohio.
Up to 90 dogs, saved from high-kill shelters and the streets, await Mahle to take them on the final leg of their long journey - to their forever families in the Northeast.
In the 18 years since he started Rescue Road Trips , Mahle has saved an estimated 30,000 dogs.
Like many people who work rescue, holidays, such as Memorial Day, is just another day of rescue.
Greg and his wife Adella with their four rescue dogs: Harry, a golden retriever...
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