Nicola Coyle is the founder of the Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice, most of the dogs that come there have already been through a lot of bad things and they are left to spend their last days alone. This kind woman works hard just so the poor animals can live their last days cared and loved.
“It can be an utterly heartbreaking job,” she told for the Nottingham Post. “But I just can’t bear the thought of them spending their final moments without the love they deserve.”
For years and years Nicola has been taking care of dogs in need, she worked as a nurse in dog rescue until her retirement, and last year the founded the Grey Muzzle Canine Hospice.
“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,” she reported. “We’ll also take them down to the local pub – it’s really dog friendly, and they’ll get a steak dinner too.”
“Many have not led a very nice life too, used for breeding or guard dogs, so when they’ve become unwell, they’re not useful any more and left,” Nicola reported. “They just want to feel loved and safe. I really believe they should get a nice ending.”