Dog wagon for my sick dog? this the least we can do! Dogs give us unconditional love, they don’t mind doing anything for us. We also have to return that love by caring for our beloved dogs as they grow older and their bodies begin to give out.
In Shubie Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, on a winter day, Bryan Thompson was out for a hike. Then he saw a man dragging a dog wagon. So, Thompson came near to the man to see a large dog resting in the dog wagon. The white dog seemed so comfortable wrapped in the blankets.
The wagon was provided with a comfy bed, blankets and soft pillows. Nevertheless, the dog was wearing a heavy jacket to stay warm. Thompson knew that the dog is paralyzed due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) after speaking with the man.
Thompson wrote: “He told me she has ALS, she was all bundled up and was happy for extra love.”