Elderly Man Builds A ‘Dog Train’ For Rescued Pups

Eugene Bostick is an 80-year-old man living on a 3-acre land in East Fort Worth, Texas, with his family.

Ever since they lived there, people have dumped dogs in their allowing them to starve and die, and Eugene knew he had to do something.

The kind man and his family have cared for many animals and several stray dogs. Even after his retirement, Bostick and his family spent their time looking after the animals in their land.

From feeding the animals to taking them to the vets. Bostick also built a dog train to bring his pet friends out on adventures. That’s probably the best way to spend retirement.

With the growing number of dogs to look after, he needed some sort of vehicle carry them on to go on trips. The train seemed to be the best idea after seeing a guy driving a tractor with carts filled with rocks.

He took plastic barrels, cut them, put wheels underneath and tied them together. Bostick is an experienced welder, so he managed to complete the task easily.

It’s safe to say, the dogs love the train and after excitement of going onto it, they get quiet and look around for the entire ride.

The ride lasts about 1 hour and 30 minutes, and they go along the Sycamore Golf Course, which is just at the back of the Bostick property.

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