In the U.S alone, there are approximately 3.3 million dogs living in shelters.
Many dogs struggle to leave the shelters and find their forever homes, especially if they’re perceived to be flawed in some way. For example by being perceived as being too old, too “ugly”, the “wrong” breed, etc.
And disabled dogs have an extra hard time finding new homes, as many people are reluctant to take on the extra work that caring for a disabled dog means.
But all dogs are good dogs, and that’s why we need more people like Tracey Fowler.
Fowler began adopting disabled pups after losing her furbaby Hayden.
Hayden was a German shepherd and suffered from degenerative myelopathy, a progressive disease that attacks the spinal cord in senior dogs.
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