Tracy and her husband Scott have saved over 3,700 Texas puppies from euthanasia since 2011, giving them a second chance at life.
There are thousands of people around the world who adore animals, especially puppies. However, some cities see stray dogs as a plague that must be eradicated from the sidewalks at any cost, including death. But Tracy and Scott fight that evil every day.
Tracy Whyatt is a Texas native who has always been a dog lover. Similarly, realizing that kennels were constantly euthanizing dogs to keep their facilities from collapsing, she begged her husband, Scott, to do something to help the poor puppies.
That’s how Scott and his coworker came up with their big idea: Tracy’s Dogs. The woman and her husband decided to give dogs on the verge of euthanasia a second chance at life by adopting them.
The couple purchased a truck and converted it to accept animals inside. Tracy in that transport visits different rescued dogs every day and goes door to door asking her neighbors if they want a puppy for her home.
Scott and his wife were well aware that the project was ambitious and risky, as it could only rely on the goodwill of their neighbors and they desired to keep a dog in their home. Tracy’s Dogs, on the other hand, has been a complete success.
According to the woman, when people come to see the puppies inside the truck, they always “fall in love” with one of them and beg for adoption.
In fact, Tracy and Scott’s foundation has already received over 3,700 dogs that were on the verge of euthanasia but were able to find a new home and avoid death because they came into contact with the couple.
Tracy’s Dogs is not a hobby or a charity to the couple, but it has become their life purpose to reunite dogs with new families and avoid culling them.