Man Brings His Paralyzed Senior Dog Into Pool – Everyone Is In Tears


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Being a dog owner has its ups and downs. Some of the most beautiful memories in life are shared with our pets. They bring us joy, pain and everything in between. But at the end of the day, we would do anything to make them happy. This dog owner is no exception. When his Husky became paralyzed, he knew he had to help him. 

Kane is an older Husky. He has lived a joyous life with his family. But recently, due to his age, his back legs stopped working. His owner knew something had to be done. So he brought Kane into the pool with him. Here Kane could just float, and not have to put any pressure on his legs as you can see in the video below. In the video Kane’s owner comments,

Two days ago his back legs stopped working. He’s very old, too old for surgery and he hurts. Unfortunately, pain medication only helps so much. We’ve found that taking him for a swim is the only thing that really helps.

Not only is this great for Kane’s legs, but it is a very good time for the pair to bond. Since Kane is so old, his owner wants to spend as much time as possible with him before it is his time to go.

After a few sessions in the pool, Kane’s pain reduced. He did not become 100 percent again. But he was no longer paralyzed. The water really helped him to walk again. Sometimes his owner assists him when he walks, but most the time the sweet dog does it on his own. 

If you would like to see this story unfold, watch the touching video below. Kane and his owner are very sweet to watch together.

Make sure to like and share this beautiful story of a dog that was once paralyzed, but overcame obstacles. 

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