Woman Adopts 6 Dogs With Special Needs, Now They Are All Living Their Best Lives
March. 26, 2020
Finding forever homes for pets with special needs is hard. After all, they require more attention and care. Tracey Fowler from Mendon, Vermont, however, is up for the challenge. Since she lost Hayden, her beloved German Shepherd, a few years ago.
Tracey has been adopting pups others walk past in shelters, and now her gang consists of eight dogs. She calls them The Fowler Herd, and with Tracey’s help, they’re living life to the fullest.
“Hayden crossed the Rainbow Bridge after a battle against degenerative myelopathy,” she told Bored Panda.
The dog fought the brutal disease long and hard, and eventually ended up needing a wheelchair. But the paralysis didn’t take away his spirit. Tracey said he kept playing until his last day.
Missing the rolling of Hayden’s wheels, she decided to honor his resilience and make a difference for other dogs like him. “I currently have eight dogs,” Tracey said. “Six being special needs and 2 being [German Shepherds I had before adopting the others.]” As you can imagine, Tracey warns her visitors not to get their feet rolled over.
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