Tracey Fowler from the US state of Vermont decided to adopt disαbled dogs from a shelter because they are less likely to find new owners.
A few years ago, Tracy had a German Shepherd named Fowler. After an illness, the dog became pαralyzed, and he moved with the help of a wheelchair. According to Tracy, the cute dog continued to play until the last day of his life.
After Fowler’s deαth, the woman decided to adopt dogs with the same ailment. “Now I have eight dogs. Six of them are disαbled. I got two shepherds before,” Tracy explained.
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The woman believes that caring for such dogs is simple, just more cleaning. “If you are afraid of this, then these dogs are not for you,” she added. Dogs bathe in love and care and get along with each other.
They usually move around with the help of wheelchairs. But when it snows, Tracy swaps the wheels for skis so the pets can continue playing outside.
“If we can show even one dog owner that there is another option but to say goodbye [to a sick pet], our goal has been achieved,” Tracey said.
In fact, the dog had contracted a diseαse which after a few months led him to pαrαlysis of the limbs . Shocked by this event, Tracy decided that as much as possible, all disαbled dogs deserved a second chance.
So she adopted six of them, all from the same shelter . Each of them was reborn, leaving no companions behind.
In fact, all six of them now live together , surrounded by love and many cares, which make their pαin more bearαble, thanks to this woman and to other people who help her in her daily needs.
Lucky and his siblings all got a pram that allowed them to move around as if their paws still worked. As evidenced by the video, all six spend their days playing together in the open air, showing a positive attitude and a liveliness to be envied.
Tracy, the woman who adopted them, never misses an opportunity to say that she would make the same choice again, grateful for the joy these six dogs transmit to her day after day .