Little Doxie Dog Gets Wheelchair – Maggie’s Story

Walking Again!

Maggie’s Story

YouTube Video URL  – https://youtu.be/IDDmSbIFPI8

Check out this video clip of  Maggie. Maggie just turned nine in February. She is a wonderful long-haired miniature Doxie! Maggie was diagnosed with Cushing’s disease with secondary myopathy and a tumor on her pituitary gland. With all this Maggie has lost the ability to use her hind legs to walk. Her owners are so caring that they carry her everywhere now, or push her in a stroller outside.

Maggie remains a happy dog and is quite a little fighter.​

Over the past year and a half Maggie has gone from hopping with her back legs to being completely dependent on her pet parents for any movement. When the owners learned of a wheelchair for Maggie we learned that they both cried tears of joy. Katrina, Maggie’s Mom said “I was thrilled!! I pray a lot for her and I feel like God heard me! I love the thought of Maggie having some independence again! She loves to be outside. I take her on walks with her stroller and she loves it. Imagine her moving herself around outside :). I bet it would help her bedsores a bit too!”

Green Pets America Charities in Woodstock Georgia and Best Friends Mobility in Chattanooga Tennessee got together and donated a wheelchair to Maggie today.

It will take a few weeks for her to gain strength again in her front legs as she has not been able to use them in a while. But soon she will have her front legs pulling her all around her yard and even the local dog park.

 GREENPETSAMERICA.org

BESTFRIENDSMOBILITY.org

 

Author: Steve Monahan

Steve Monahan a 12-year national animal welfare leader. Founder of Green Pets America Charities and Black Dog Syndrome.org. For 12 years Steve ran a death row rescue. Steve has been recognized by the State Senate of Georgia for humanitarian service to Georgia's animals and pet families in need.

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