A Plea To Help A Homeless Dog In Ocean County Goes Viral [Video]
Jesse the dachshund had a bit of a sad story - his owners were moving and surrendered the 10 year old pup to the Jersey Shore Animal Center. Things weren't going well for Jesse, he wasn't eating and just seemed to be waiting for his owners to come back. Then, something amazing happened.
Dr. Adam Christman, who you've seen me talk about before as my dog's vet, posted a video with an emotional plea for Jesse, take a look:
Please help me & share! This 10 year old neutered SWEET dapple dachshund, Jesse, was relinquished to the shelter because his owners were "moving." He literally is very sad, not eating and waiting for his owners to come back. He is great with other dogs and cats and needs a second chance to give that amazing devotion he gave to his previous owners after 10 years. He is healthy and housebroken. I am even happy to do a complementary dental cleaning for his new owners! Please call the Jersey Shore Animal Center 732-920-1600. Thank you & hurry! Love, Dr. Christman & Jesse ❤️❤️
Posted by Adam Christman on Thursday, October 8, 2015
The video immediately went viral with a total of over a million views from around the world in only a few days.
So, what happened next? Watch:
PLEASE SHARE! JESSE HAS A HOME!With over 600,000 views, on behalf of all of us at The Jersey Shore Animal Center, THANK YOU! I am thrilled to announce Jesse has a home! Because of all of you, he is going to an incredible couple! Watch his reunion & bitter sweet departure/ new adventure!Please adopt any pet at any age...check out these other furbabies that need homes!Subscribe to my YouTube channel, "The Dr. Christman Show!" for other great videos!Thank you from the bottom of my heart to ALL of you out there! We need to be their voices!Love,Dr. Adam Christman
Posted by Adam Christman on Saturday, October 10, 2015
It's an amazing happy ending for Jesse.
As you know if you've followed my stories about my dog, Sydney, I'm a huge advocate for adopting adult pets. They have so much love to give and just need a nice home that can give that love back. Thankfully, it looks like Jesse found that perfect home.