Gracie was abandoned due to her disability, but kindhearted people decided to do everything they could to improve her quality of life, and a 12-year-old boy created a wheelchair with lego parts to help her with mobility.
Gracie’s family left her on the street two days after her birth as if it were a defective toy, because she didn’t have her front legs. Thankfully, she met the right people and they provided her with a lego-made wheelchair, completely life-changing.
After being abandoned, the Mostly Mutts Foundation took care of Gracie and was taken to a veterinary practice.
At that time, Gracie had no hair around her eyes and the worms were crawling on her, no doubt she was in terrible condition, but she turned out to be a warrior.
The dog was adopted by the Turney family, who are also responsible for a paralytic puppy and another puppy without a member.
The family was concerned about Gracie’s mobility, as he was a fast growing puppy, it was not practical to buy a wheelchair that he would stop using in a few weeks.
Fortunately, Dylan, a 12 year old boy, had the wonderful idea of creating a wheelchair for Gracie with lego pieces.
It was the perfect solution for Gracie, as it was something relatively inexpensive and easy to adjust in proportion to her growth.
Although it took a few weeks to adjust to the use of the wheels, it finally started to move easily from one place to another.
After having grown a little, larger wheels were adapted to the chair, and when it was big enough, it was equipped with a wheelchair for “adults”.
The dog is now very happy with his family, is in very good health and makes everyone happy with the sweet personality that has always characterized him.
More photos of Gracie: Facebook