Two-Legged Dog Got A Wheelchair Built Out Of Legos By A 12-Year-Old Boy

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A disabled dog with no front legs got a wheel chair built out of legos by a kind 12-year-old volunteer at an animal shelter.

Two-Legged Dog Got A Wheelchair Built Out Of Legos By A 12-Year-Old Boy

A disabled dog with no front legs got a wheel chair built out of legos by a kind 12-year-old volunteer at an animal shelter.


One-year-old Gracie was dumped at a veterinary clinic when she was just a baby. She was covered in maggots and missing hair under her eyes, as well as on her feet and tail. The dog was also missing her two front legs due to a congenital disability.


The vet reached out to a local rescue named Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue, in Kennesaw, Georgia, that took Gracie in to help her find a new home. The Turley family, that runs the shelter, loved Gracie so much, they decided to adopt her for themselves.


Gracie loves to play with her fur siblings, including a dog that is paralyzed in his hind legs and likes to pull her around and on who has three legs. While Gracie can get around okay on her own two hind legs, her mom, Tammy, was worried about her getting injured so they enlisted the help of Dylan, 12, a volunteer at the shelter.


Since Gracie was still a puppy and would continue to grow, she needed a wheelchair that could adapt. So Dylan built one using Legos that Gracie could be velcroed into.


Gracie quickly outgrew the first chair, so Dylan built her a second one that was designed to lift her up more. But they realized she needed one with bigger wheels, so he made a third version.


Gracie is now one year old and is done growing, so she was able to get fitted for a proper chair that will last so she can continue chasing balls and zooming around with her siblings.


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