“When I was first volunteering at HWAH, Pam, Happy’s special friend, would take Happy for a walk and I would walk along with Logan. It was amazing how fast Happy could run in his cart – so impressive. He didn’t feel handicapped. Soon afterwards, I adopted a little rescue dog I met at HWAH, Little Blake, who could walk a little at first but soon his back legs no longer could hold him up.
I knew from watching Happy’s experience what a cart could do so one was ordered for Little Blake by the rehab therapist working with him. I will never forget how happy he was on his first walk with his wheels.
If someone went by on a bike or skateboard he would try to outrun them, with only me holding him back. He loved that cart and every single walk. He didn’t feel handicapped, either”. as told by our HWAH Volunteer Frances....
House with a Heart has had several dogs with medical conditions that eventually resulted in the loss of the use of their back legs for walking….a wonderful rescue named Little Blake, Vickie Mia, gone but not forgotten, and Happy….