August 8, 2011
One thing you’ll quickly learn about disabled dogs: what they may lack in physical ability, they more than make up for in personality, determination, and their capacity for love. Talk to just about anyone who has one of these pups and that’s the first thing they’ll tell you. They are constantly amazed by their dogs’ tenacity, strength, and temperaments.
Adopting a disabled dog can be rewarding for so many reasons. You’re giving a dog a new lease on life, probably saving him from being euthanized or living his life in a shelter, and providing an opportunity for you and your family to be inspired and rewarded with unconditional love.
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