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Dogs are always bound with energy, ready for a walk, excited to play fetch, and just about anxious to do anything involving fun.

Thus, even special needs dogs will overcome adversity to play! Just look at this three-year-old English Springer Spaniel, Kellar, who was born blind, but nonetheless, plays some serious fetch. Nothing can stop this three-year-old deaf pit bull, Rosie, from communicating with her newfound family — thus she learned how to sign.

In the video above, watch as Gritta Gotz plays fetch with a group of dogs in wheelchairs!

Sometimes, all these dogs need is the help of their human parents and other kind-hearted samaritans to help them be the happy, energetic selves they are suppose to be. A prime example are these kind-hearted store employees who built a dog wheelchair for a paralyzed terrier — free of charge!

Watch the video above to see happy dogs in wheelchairs playing fetch!

 

 

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14 comments on “What Disability? Dogs in Wheelchairs Play Fetch (VIDEO)”

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john pasqua
1 Years Ago

great people to help these dogs have a great life .


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Sharon Rose Harris
3 Years Ago

We have one in our neighborhood


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Lauren Giuffre
3 Years Ago

Kelly Liza Minnelli Giuffre


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Janet Zdichavsky
3 Years Ago

He's adorable.


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Kirsten Lassen-Smith
3 Years Ago

Thank goodness for good people <3


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Cecelia Rivera Hare
3 Years Ago

My chihuahua hates his wheelchair. He would rather run around on his elbows or walk up on his hind legs like a t-rex. He doesn't know the word disabled.


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G. Donald Hamilton
16 Jul 2014

Thus he was mobility challenged and the word disabled has to go!!!

Janet Zdichavsky
16 Jul 2014

I agree.

Roxane Jones
3 Years Ago

Michele Shores Griesbach I researched buying Mokie a little wheelchair. She was such a good dog, I miss her.


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Susan Bowman
3 Years Ago

This brought tears to my eyes, I've never seen such a site. Whoever is the owner of these disabled dogs is truly an angel from heaven!!! ❤️❤️❤️


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Mimi Kiscica Mirr Mur
3 Years Ago

Awwwww thanks for sharing Its very touchful :)


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Amy Lenhart
3 Years Ago

Cool


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