• Engineer Builds A Ski-Wheelchair So His Disabled Corgi Can Enjoy The Snow

    10 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs

    We all know dogs age much faster than humans do, but that doesn't make it easier for dog parents to watch. When my late pup turned 11 and lost his eyesight, I remember honestly wishing I could donate my own eyes to him just so he could see again.
    Two dog parents from Nebraska clearly relate to that feeling of wanting to do everything to make their older dog feel better. Ash, an 11-year-old Corgi, has been a member of the Blacksher family since he was just a puppy. All that time, he's been exploring the outdoors with his parents.
    Aging always comes with consequences, and the now...
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