Carrie-Anne Brown

thanks for sharing :)

Janice Thompson
Janice Thompson3 years ago

Gives new meaning to, Stand on your own two feet"


He is so amazing , an example for humans.

Margaret B.
Margaret B3 years ago

What amazing balance and agility and joie de vie!!
Just goes to show - disability is largely a state of mind, and a label that we humans put on those we see as 'less than perfect?'

Klaus Peters
Klaus Peters3 years ago

This is totally amazing, how resilient this dog is and how he copes with his disability. I have also seen this in human amputees or people with disabilities, their survival instincts work overtime. And most of all, they seem to be happier than most of us and do not want to be pitied.
This boxer has really touched my heart and when ever I feel down I will think of this little fighter, it is so easy to take life for granted. I also congratulate the owners for not putting him down, but give him a second chance to embrace life to the fullest. So he does!

Cindy Miars
Cindy Miars3 years ago

Truly amazing, the speed and ease Duncan gets around with.

Edgar Zuim
Edgar Zuim3 years ago


Susanne P.
Susanne P3 years ago

Just as Alexandra D. P. said, it was the "sheer joy of being alive".
About a year ago. I saw a dog on TV that had an amputated front leg and crosswise amputated hind leg, and I was stunned by that. The owners took a long time to decide on the amputation of the hind leg, but never regretted their decision to spare the dog from euthanasia. Then I saw the story of a soldier's dog with both front legs amputated, and he was coping well, too. But I never had imagined a dog without hind legs until I saw a thread here on Care2 some weeks ago about a dog walking up the stairway. I don't know if this is the same dog, but I am sure you all remember the story.

But this video has removed all of my doubts that this is a life worth living.

Alicia N.
Alicia N3 years ago

that's awesome!

Carolanne Powell
C Powell3 years ago

What a happy beautiful Canine! Great to see how the other Dogs accept him. Animals teach us so much.