Man Shares His Bed With 9 Senior Rescue Dogs

There is a very important question that all dog owners eventually end up having to ask themselves: how many is too many dogs? For most people who have dogs, the answer varies. But one thing that we can all agree on is no matter how many dogs we have, we need to give them plenty of love and attention. 

And one man has his hands full with 9 senior dogs – all who share the bed with him at night. The exception is the Irish Wolfhound who is understandably too big to fit so he sleeps beside the bed. But the 9 dogs aren’t the man’s only companions.

He also shares his home with several other animals including a pig named Bikini, a turkey, a few ducks, chickens, and a cute lil’ bunny rabbit. As anyone can imagine, this man’s morning routine is quite demanding trying to get everyone’s breakfast orders just right. Then after breakfast, it’s the great outdoors for all members of the family. One of the chickens, Betty, even accompanies the senior dogs for a walk. But she likes to ride in the wagon with the dogs who have trouble walking. The man shared that it might be a lot of work caring for all those animals, but it’s certainly worth it.

What do you think of his big furry family? Would you be able to keep up with that many pets? Let us know!

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