Monty, a 10-year-old Labradoodle dog, used to go hiking with his owner and due to his illness, he could no longer walk; however, that did not impede for him to enjoy this experience for the last time.
When Carlos Fresco learned that his dog was about to die, he decided that his last moments on this existential plane would be unforgettable.
It was not long enough for his story to touch the hearts of pet lovers and to go viral in more than one social network after the dissemination of some photographs of him in which he is seen pushing a wheelbarrow with his beloved sick Labradoodle. cancer to take him on one last hike up his favorite mountain.
Fresco, 57, took his 10-year-old dog named ‘ Monty ‘ to Pen y Fan Mountain in the Brecon Beacons, a mountain range in South Wales. It was precisely this place where the duo spent endless hours together until the animal passed away after battling for months with leukemia, a disease that made it impossible for him to walk, Fox News reported, citing an SWNS report.
“I knew ‘Monty’ was going to die since his cancer had returned. He was diagnosed with this disease 18 months ago and has been responding well to chemotherapy.
Although he was somewhat weak, he enjoyed all the fuss and attention he received from all the people who loved him. The hikers on the mountain were very friendly and at the same time felt sorry for their delicate condition, ” added Fresco.
The owner of ‘ Monty ‘ recalled how once several strangers asked him if they could help him push the wheelbarrow in which he was carrying the dog during one of his excursions to reach the top of the mountain while many onlookers shed some tears when contemplating the sad scene of the Labradoodle unable to walk on its own despite having all four legs.
‘ Monty ‘ sadly passed away at the foot of Fresco’s bed after they spent Father’s Day together, SWNS noted. “I would like to thank all the wonderful people we met in Brecon and the hills for their genuine kindness and sympathy,” reflected the owner of the pet whose postcards next to his loyal companion gave him one last joy before leaving for the beyond.