Special Needs Dogs
After being hit by a car, Gunnar began using a Walkin’ Wheels cart to get around. His human founded Gunnar’s Wheels to help other dogs do the same.
Double merles, the result of irresponsible breeding of two merle-coated dogs, can have hearing and vision issues. Keller thrives despite her health issues.
This Bulldog with a cleft palate wasn’t expected to last the night with his foster family, but they helped him survive and thrive and eventually adopted him.
Casper, an all-white Siberian Husky, faced euthanasia because of a birth defect. Good Samaritans stepped in and saved his life.
The Poodle-Pomeranian mix brought excitement to their senior Boxer’s life before he died and helped the family through that loss. Now Gracie champions special needs adoption.
The Chihuahua’s front and back left legs were crushed, but now she’s up and running again with the support of her family.
Saved from the euthanasia list in kill shelters, disabled dogs spend the rest of their lives on this 158-acre farm in northern New Hampshire.
Ringo came home the hospital on Christmas 2014, just four days after rupturing discs in his back. This year, he is celebrating the holidays on all four paws.
In this touching video from PAWsitive, we see Bella get around despite her injuries, before she receives the full veterinary care she needs.
After being hit by a car, Pippa went to live and heal in the home of the famous three-legged rescue dog Jeannie. The two are now the best of friends.
Now 2 years old, Ruby and her human are paying it forward by fostering other pups like her and helping to raise money for their surgeries.