Myles Garrett continues to endear himself to Cleveland Browns fans as the dog-lover is now trying to help a fan who is being asked by their landlord to get rid of their dog
Myles Garrett has proven to be a solid pick for the Cleveland Browns who took him first overall out of Texas A&M in 2017. On the field, he’s been able to bring consistent pressure to opposing quarterbacks and had an impressive 13.5 sacks in his second campaign.
Off the field, it could be argued that he’s been even better. Garrett has shown great love for the fans as he once traded a signed jersey for a dinosaur toy and even hosted a puppy play day where he brought Gogan, his German shepherd that he calls his son, to a dog park and invited fans to join him.
Now, he’s again trying to show he’s a man of the people as Garrett has reached out on Twitter asking for someone to help a fan with their current dilemma involving their own German shepherd. Being forced to get rid of their pet by their landlord, the desperate fan asked Garrett to step in and help find a new home.
She voiced concern about her situation and said she was sure Garrett may not even see her message. Not only did he see it, but he also sent it out and asked for someone to help.
Anyone who has any pet understands the pain involved. Garrett isn’t the only one who refers to their four-legged friends as family, and it really is true. That makes a situation like this so heartbreaking.
Hopefully, Garrett stepping in will help this dog find a place where he can be comfortable and safe.
As for the Browns defensive end, it just continues to show that he’s a good guy who is willing to be a part of the community and not just the football team.