Seeing a dog get their mobility back is great, but seeing them go from limited to completely free is priceless! Daffodil's wheels let her go just about anywhere a regular dog can go, making her quality of life just that much better! … [Read more...] about Daffodil’s New Wheels Allow Her to Go Literally Anywhere!
This comes from The Animal Rescue Site, which in addition to featuring fan-submitted rescue stories, offers a wide selection of clothing, décor, pet supplies, and other gifts. For each purchase made, a food donation is made to shelter pets in need. Maverick is a sweet little Jack Russell Terrier found lying on the ground with … [Read more...] about Dog With Severed Spinal Cord Is Miraculously Moving His Hind Legs Again
Allison is a special needs dog that has FINALLY been cleared for adoption. Could you be the one to give her the forever home that she deserves? As a special needs dog, her new human parents would have to have lots of patience, and be willing to help her to have the best life possible. However, the rewards for your effort will be beyond your imagination. To fill out an … [Read more...] about Allison Is a Special Needs Dog Ready to Be Part of Your Family
Benny, short for Benito, is a three-year-old Pomeranian from Victorville, California. He was a normal, happy dog, but one day he woke up paralyzed. His owner, Brianna Ibarra, rushed him to a vet clinic and learned the dog's paralysis could be reversed, however, it would cost her $8,000. Ibarra was devastated when she found out she couldn't afford the surgery her beloved dog … [Read more...] about Paralyzed Dog Regains Mobility With $40 DIY Doggy Wheelchair
Susie is blind and deaf, but she loves the feeling of the wind in her face. That’s what owner Norma Miedema says, and that’s why her Susie’s best friend, a Rottie with wheels, carts her around. When you can’t hear or see, you tend to appreciate these little things even more. Susie might not be able to run around, but that won’t stop her from going on … [Read more...] about Dog with Wheelchair Takes Blind, Deaf Best Friend for Rides