His dog was diagnosed with terminal cancer, so he took him on one more adventure on the way to a very meaningful place.
“I wanted to bring her back to where she was born. I wanted to see it for myself,” he said.
They passed through 24 states, stopping at sites such as the Grand Canyon and Mount Rushmore.
“I didn’t set out to make a point,” he said. “I just went for a ride with my dog.”
Long called “man’s best friend,” dogs are invaluable companions given by the Creator to human beings. They assist us with many tasks, provide help and support, and bring a lot of joy. Heroux’s decision to take this meaningful trek with Mura is a testament to that.
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