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The Amazing Story Of A Disabled Puppy Learning To Walk For The First Time

 
From Buzzfeed

 
Mick, an 8-week-old Boston Terrier, was born with Swimmer Puppy Syndrome, a rare disease that makes it impossible for him to use his legs to walk, stand or even sit. Many dogs born with the defect never see their first birthday.

Mick was taken in by volunteers at The Mia Foundation at six weeks of age, and after two weeks of intense therapy, learned to walk on his own.
 

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