Terminally ill dogs at canine hospice treated to steak dinners, trips to McDonald’s in their final days

Terminally ill dogs at canine hospice treated to steak dinners, trips to McDonald’s in their final days

[Ed. – Humankindness]

A former nurse has set up one of the world’s first dog hospices – where pooches are allowed steak dinners and drive-thrus at McDonald’s in their final days.

Nicola Coyle runs the Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice Project – for dogs which are expected to have around six months to live – from her home in Mansfield.

Nicola, 46, who aims to ensure the animals get a ‘nice ending’, told the Nottingham Post : “It can be an utterly heartbreaking job.

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“But I just can’t bear the thought of them spending their final moments without the love they deserve.

“If they’re well enough, we take them for a day at the seaside, they get fish and chips on the beach and ice cream.

“We’ll also take them down to the local pub – it’s really dog friendly, and they’ll get a steak dinner too.”

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