A girl sheltered 6 handicapped dogs, giving them a happy life

A role model
There are many homeless dogs and shelter dogs in all countries today. While healthy four-legged dogs have a chance to find owners and move into their homes, those who suffer from serious health problems have almost no chance.

But the world is known to be full of good people, too! For example, an American resident named Tracy Fowler is a person with a big heart. At one time she took in six dogs with disabilities and gave them the opportunity to live happily. What they, all persecuted, could not even dream of…

In the past, Tracy had experienced the death of her pet, who died after a long and serious illness. And so that she wouldn’t feel so bad about the tragedy, she took in a pair of German Shepherds. This was the beginning of her charitable work.

Later, Fowler began taking in shelter dogs who had special physical needs. Today she already has eight such pets. They are very lucky in life!

All of these dogs are paralyzed. In order for them to walk and even run, Tracy bought special wheelchairs, so to speak, for each of them. All of these dogs have experienced difficult situations in life, a lot of suffering, until they came to Tracy. So now, thanks to this unique woman, they are not just loved by her. They are truly happy.

Tracy herself says that to date she has eight dogs living with her. Six of them are disabled. Plus two German Shepherds who lived here before Tracy started collecting crippled dogs.

All her pets respond to their mistress with love, loyalty, and obedience. And one more thing: they live together amicably. It is also amazing that in spite of their poor health, they spend hours running and frolic freely.

Tracy wants to show animal lovers by her example that we shouldn’t turn our backs on those who are injured or sick, that there is nothing wrong or scary about such dogs. At any rate, that’s no reason not to try to make their lives easier.

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