News / Longevity
This woman walks 10 dogs a day and brings new meaning to the phrase “97 years young.”
Sally is a volunteer dog walker just shy of 100 years old who truly loves being active and helping out in her community, and takes her old age in stride.
Having lived through the World War Two and been in the fire service, Sally is not your average volunteer dog-walker. She puts her incredible longevity down to regular exercise and the bonds she’s formed looking after rescue dogs.
“I don’t sit indoors watching telly (television) or nothing like that, not me,” Sally told BBC Three. “I’m a very active person.”
She remains active by volunteering for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals via dog walking and even lends a helping hand to her neighbors, walking their dogs as well …