Piccone walked through many city neighborhoods, and became familiar with homes where dogs were in danger, either due to malnourishment or poor living conditions.
“It’s just a vicious cycle,” said Piccone.“They get a dog and it ends up dead or taken away and they’re right back out getting another dog. Our mission is to get these people to take care of their dogs.
Piccone said he now has a list of 500 homes where he’s seen a dog in distress. Eventually, he’s hoping to get to all of them.
“He got my dog a doghouse and food, and he doesn’t even charge you — he does it all for free.”
They can't/won't even take care of their own kid's let alone dogs.