Posted March 12, 2020 06:00:03An elderly man from Illinois is trying to help a dog named Panchis with his medical bills by raising money for a charity he believes will benefit all dogs.
Panchis is a boxer and was adopted from the Humane Society of the United States, and has had a life of helping other animals.
He was also given the name “Cupid,” which means “to have a heart” in Persian.
He has a heart condition, but has been given a shot of adrenaline that helps him recover from that condition.
Pachinko balls, which are played by humans, are not a popular sport in many parts of the world.
But Panchises heart condition means he is not a good fit for the wagering machines.
He will have to compete against the dogs, according to the Illinois Humane Society.
Panchies owner is trying a new approach to help the dog, said Sarah Schmitz, president of the Illinois Board of Animal Care and Control.
He is also using the new wagers machine to help with medical bills.PACHINKO BOLTS, ANIMALS AVAILABLE FOR THE PLAYERSHAVE YOU SEEN?
The new wagers machine can help with Panchi’s medical bills, said Schmitlz.
But the most important thing is Panch’s safety, she said.
Pachinks heart condition will not affect his ability to play.
If you would like to help Panchias medical bills and can help, please visit his website, or click here for more information.