If there was a foundation similar to Make-A-Wish for canines, Nicole Elliot could run it and be its chief executive officer. The cancer-stricken dog named Chester was only just adopted by the person living in Columbus, Georgia from Animal Ark Rescue. Eliot made the decision to take in the dog after seeing a sign that said “hospice required” placed by a charitable organization. Her goal was to make the dog’s last days as joyful as they could possibly be.
She told WTVM, “I am trying to give him regular canine things that he may have never had the opportunity to do before, plus a ton of pampering.” “I am trying to give him normal doggy experiences that he may have never had the chance to do before.” “So far he has had a ride in a car with the windows down, a famous Nathan’s hot dog, a doggie sundae, a milk and oatmeal bath (spa day), and he went on a shopping spree where he bought a cozy bed, bandannas, a lot of treats, and toys.” “So far he has had a milk and oatmeal bath (spa day), a doggie sundae, a famous Nathan’s