Keebler, an eight year old Dachschund, was found abandoned on the street in Nashua, New Hampshire. Unable to walk, he was close to being euthanized. But, with the help of some caring volunteers, and HandicappedPets.com, a wheelchair was donated to give him a new set of legs, and a new leash on life.
Videos of the dog’s walking progress have been posted on The Humane Society for Greater Nashua’s Youtube account, and it’s clear to see that Keebler is loving his wheels.
A GoFundMe campaign was created to help in the efforts to rehabilitate Keebler, and pay for his much needed eye surgery. The procedure will cost at least $2,500. They have since reached their goal, but are still collecting donations for the dog’s wellbeing.
Keebler will be available for adoption after he has recovered from the surgery.
Check out www.hsfn.org for more information.
The Humane Society for Greater Nashua has been running for over 112 years, and saves the lives of more than 2,100 animals annually. The shelter provides a safe haven for neglected, abused, abandoned, and unwanted animals, including medical attention, comfortable housing, food, and, of course, love. All animals are spayed or neutered before finding their furrever homes, and are also microchipped and vaccinated to ensure a healthy beginning to their new life.