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Nevada SPCA No-Kill Animal Shelter just took in a puppy who may be compact in size but whose heart, and will to live the greatest life she can, is huge.

Gracie was born with no front left limb and barely any functionality in her right one – but she absolutely refuses to give up on anything.

Thanks to the remarkable contributions the puppy received from amazing people who could help her, she now receives regular therapy and has a little wheelchair that was made especially for her.

When Gracie came to the shelter, she was barely a month old and, as her caretakers say, she has been a great inspiration to them ever since that moment.


Little Gracie really wants and deserves every opportunity to grow and learn about the world. It is because of her wonderful caretakers and helpers that she can do exactly that, even though her start into the world was far from easy.

To learn more about Nevada SPCA No-Kill Animal Shelter, click here.

All image source: Nevada SPCA No-Kill Animal Shelter/Facebook

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6 Months Ago


6 Months Ago

She deserves a great life. I went to look at a litter of Jack Russell pups and saw that one had been removed from the litter. I inquired about the puppy and learned that the family was thinking of having it put down because it was blind. I took her home and gave her the best life I could and she lived to be 15 years old. The disability is only as tough as you let it be. After Gracie gets a little bigger I\'m sure there are other options that will allow her to roam freely and enjoy life.

6 Months Ago

this is what happens when backyard breeders breed. They don\'t care what they breed to just the almighty buck


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