Canine Hospice Lets Terminal Pups Live Out Their Happiest Final Days

It's never easy to say goodbye to an aging loyal pet dog. In Minneapolis, when the time comes, there's a loving place they can turn for end of life support.
CBS Minnesota reports that local nonprofit Secondhand Hounds set up a canine hospice service for dogs living out their final days, .
The hospice program places foster older dogs in homes where they'll be loved and cared for until their last living days.
Secondhand Hounds founder Rachel Mairose tells CBS that she was flooded with requests for a program like this, and that other terminal dogs are often euthanized as soon as they're brought to an animal shelter.