Woman Adopts 6 Dɪsᴀʙʟᴇᴅ Dogs That No One Wanted And Gives Them A Second Chance

In a forested area at Mendon, Vermont, 6 dogs traverse the trail in full spirits. These sprightly pups have special needs – but despite their differences, one woman has made it her mission to give them the life they deserve.

Meet Tracey Fowler from Mendon, Vermont. Since she lost Hayden, her beloved German Shepherd, a few years ago, Tracey has been adopting pups others walk past in animal shelters, and now her gang consists of eight pet dogs.

“Hayden crossed the Rainbow Bridge after a battle against a dog illness,” she told.

The dog fought the brutal [ᴅɪsᴇᴀsᴇ] long and hard and eventually ended up needing a wheelchair. But the paralysis didn’t take away his spirit. Tracey said the cute dog kept playing until his last day.

But his struggle was not for nothing. In honor of Hayden, Fowler decided to help other pups like Hayden.

And so, she ended up rescuing six pups with special needs, and she is now doing everything she can to give them a rich and happy life.

She calls her flock of affectionate pups “The Fowler Herd” and they all love her and each other very much.

The pups love playing outside, hanging out together, and exploring the local area. Six of the pups are [ᴅɪsᴀʙʟᴇᴅ] and require special gear to get around, and two of them are able-bodied.

And the life she gave these dogs is truly magical. You can see them enjoying normal things a dog would like going on walks and hanging out.
The kind-hearted woman agreed that this kind of dog adoption isn’t for everyone, but she also said taking care of them isn’t that difficult. As for The Fowler Herd, they plan to just keep rolling and skiing.

“If we are able to show one owner there is another option besides saying goodbye [to their sick pet], then that’s what our goal is.”

What a wonderful woman, giving such a wonderful life to these precious pups.



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