Zach Skow has committed himself to rescue dogs for the rest of his life. He made a promise that as long as he lives, he will be saving as many canines as he could.
This commitment and promise were made when he realized that his dogs saved his life. Zach was given by the doctor only 90 days to live if he does not get a liver transplant.
He was diagnosed with end-stage liver disease, which was a result of being an alcoholic and a drug addict. He felt hopeless and felt that he had reached rock bottom. Zach rarely went out and chose to stay home with his dogs.
He reflected one day, and he committed to change his life through walking. Zach and his dogs would take it one walk at a time.
Zach always wanted to involve his dogs, so Zach and his pack would go out for a walk every day. They would even do as much as seven walks daily because that’s how committed they were.
After six months of walking, the doctors told Zach that he did not require any operation anymore. His walks with his dogs somehow made him better. Zach has found a new lease on life. He feels that he was given a second chance to serve canines.
That’s what Zach has been doing ever since. He works a hundred hours every week, saving canines. Zach has been doing it for 12 years.
Through rescuing dogs, he has met his wife, and they have built a family together. Zach also built a rescue organization. This is his way of showing canines how grateful he is for them.
Zach feels that he would not be alive today if not for his dogs. Zach is just giving back the love that he was shown.
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