Man takes dog out of stroller, bends down to him thinking no one’s watching

Normally when you see a person pushing a buggy you would expect a baby to be wrapped up inside in a cosy blanket.

How would you react if you saw guy bending over peering inside a buggy with no baby inside.

Doug Delony, was jogging in a park in Houston when he suddenly spotted the exact scenario so he couldn’t resist going over to have a closer look.

Doug instantly realised what was happening with this man’s very odd behaviour so he decided to take a picture. After the image was shared online it went viral for this very reason.  

Doug loved heading out for his usual run everyday until this afternoon he saw a guy kneeling next to an empty baby buggy, which naturally caught his attention. 

He never expected the photo to go viral after sharing it on Facebook and everyone knows what the guy did.

The television station KHOU wanted to investigate further when they saw the post as everyone wanted to know more about the mysterious man.

The man was called Tony Griffin and he intrigued everyone with his great intentions.

Doug Delony said:

“Most afternoons I take a run through Discovery Green, and most afternoons I see this guy with a stroller but no baby. He brings this beautiful… what appears to be… disabled pup to the park. He lets it sit in the grass and take in the smell and the sound. Here he is giving it water out of a small cup he brings with him. An adorable dog and a nice guy – God bless em.”

Most dog owners bring their dogs to that park, however because of arthritis his dog Max can’t walk unaided. Troy wants Max to enjoy being outdoors, so he uses a baby buggy to give Max some much needed mobility. Max comes alive when he’s outside!

Edie, his wife says that the 16 year old Max is part of the family since he was 3 weeks old. There was one occasion where Max warned them of a coming tornado at their old home; he’s a real hero!

He told KHOU:

“He’s part of our family. He’s my best friend. He’s taught me life lessons that I will never forget.”
Sadly, the doggy is blind in one eye and has a cataract in the other. Max is the equivalent of 112-years-old in human years, so it’s no surprise that he’s racked up a lot of medial issues. Despite his problems, Max is living it up in a penthouse-like apartment, and he even has a large corner to himself that’s filled with tons of toys!
Edie and Troy aren’t going to give up on their pooch just because he’s elderly. The baby stroller proves just how far they’ll go to make sure he gets all the love and attention he needs.”

Edie told KHOU:

“But I don’t think you should just turn your back on someone just because they’re elderly. I think they deserve our love and our care and our attention. And there is so much we can learn from them even as they get older.”

The couple really do believe that even though Max is getting much older, he’s not sad at all and he’s very much a happy doggy. 

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