Lisa reached out to rescue group Helping Hands For Homeless Hounds, and when their volunteers met Roger and his dad, they knew they could help. Lisa wrote on her Facebook page that their volunteers "hooked him up with food, water, snacks, goodies and of course ... a stroller. AND - he said YES to neutering his dog Roger."
While it may not be a permanent solution for Roger and his dad, having some snacks in his belly and a comfy place to sit all day will make things easier for Roger - and for the man who clearly loves him.
Most importantly, the two now have a community of dog lovers to help them out and keep an eye on them.
To find out how you can help, visit the Helping Hands For Homeless Hounds website.