This great dog mother decided to make a dog last walk to honor her dog after she knew he won’t be living for too long. In November 2019, Ashleigh Murray knew that her darling dog had a very tough and fatal form of cancer.
Marley, a 7-year-old cocker spaniel, was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma. He had his spleen and a large tumor removed. But, the veterinarian said to Murray that the cancer was severe and said he had around four months to live.
Then, hearing the disastrous news, Murray decided to arrange a walk in honor of Marley. The walk was in his favorite garden in Crawfordsburn. She thought only a few people would come out with their dogs, but was blown away by the response.
Moreover, on January 18, more than 300 people and their dogs showed up at the Northern Ireland park to say goodbye to Marley by going for one last walk together. Murray wore a t-shirt that had a picture of her sweet boy and read “Marley’s Mum”. A video taken at the walk showed Marley barking with excitement on the beach before they headed for a stroll through the trees.