Wacha is a rescue beagle owned by Andy Cohen. He is the pride and joy of the actor. The dog has a problem with being aggressive at times, and it has become uncontrollable.
Andy parted ways with his dear dog and introduced him to a new home. It was not a simple decision for him. It broke his heart, but then he had to do it. Some people also criticized him because of his decision.
Before coming up with that decision, Andy consulted friends, family, and experts like Brandon McMillan. McMillan is a popular dog trainer, and he is one person who suggested re-homing Wacha. He explained the worst-case scenario that the dog might face. If Wacha’s aggression progressed more, he might have to be euthanized. Andy does not want that to happen.
They move Wacha to Connecticut. Cohen visits him from time to time, and he is happy with the result. The dog’s new owner said that everything is well, and Wacha’s aggression has been suppressed. This might be a happy ending, but then Cohen is still heartbroken because he had to part ways with his dog for seven years.
It is a tough decision, but Cohen sacrificed it for Wacha’s sake. Wacha is not just a pet dog anymore. He has become part of the family. Letting him go might be the best choice, but it must have been a genuine struggle for Cohen.
For him, the dog will forever be a part of his life. He is happy that Wacha found solace in another home. Being happy for a dog you have to re-home is another form of unconditional love. Cohen reunited with Wacha last October. They even go for a walk. Their bond cannot be severed by distance.
Cohen revealed on Instagram the struggle he went through with the re-homing decision for his dog. But it was the best option to save Wacha from euthanasia and give him a happy life.
Credits to Andy Cohen