The chances of a dog found on the streets ending up in a stable, happy forever home are, sadly, pretty slim. If you're a dog like Oscar, who, for reasons unknown, is paralyzed, those chances drop nearly to zero.
Oscar was staring at those odds when he was picked up by animal services in New York City, and, facing the cruel reality of adoption for special needs animals, he was placed on death row. Then the little Dachshund mix was rescued, and not only rescued, but fit with wheels to overcome his handicap. As the little pup demonstrates, a canine with special needs is still a rewarding companion.
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