There are many pets in the world that are disabled and need loving homes. Thanks to places like PetswithDisabilities.org, many of these animals with blindness, amputation, paralysis, or other various conditions get a second chance. These animals are usually difficult to find homes for as they require extra care, time, and sometimes money. It takes a strong person with a good heart to live up to the challenge, but the love and affection received from these animals is often much more rewarding. Are you this person?
These animals are available for adoption nearly all over the United States.
Scarlet and Orlandi – Phoenix Valley, AZ
Blind and Deaf 2 year olds
Monty/Montague – New Jersey
Hit by a Train, 2-3 year old Wheelchair Dog
Rebel – Terrytown, LA
Spinal Cord Injury Wheelchair Dog
Coffee – San Jose, CA
5 year old male believed to be hit by a car
Darla – PA
16 months old stepped on as a puppy
Hepburn – Danville, VA
3 years old 3 legged dog, tangled in a fence + bad care
Tucker – Maryland
4 years old, blind in one eye
To read the full stories and see the rest of the (many) disabled dogs for adoption, visit http://www.petswithdisabilities.org. You can view their list of disabled pets at the Southern Maryland shelter as well as view a listing of other disabled dogs available nationwide.
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