- Lexi the dog was born without front legs
- Her rescuer contacted a wheelchair company, and they made Lexi some wheels to help her move around
- The result are cute, front wheels
Science has gone a long way to ensure that humans who have lost their legs and arms could have a machine to replace their limbs.
The question is, how about dogs?
In this video, a dog with no front legs is able to move around using wheels attached to its body.
Lexi the dog and her wheels (Screenshot from Pup Journal)
Meet Lexi, a young dog born without front legs.
Before, Lexi was only able to move around by crawling or hopping on her back legs.
Her owner decided that Lexi deserved more. So, she searched for a company that specializes in making wheelchairs for dogs.
The company specially made wheels that could attach to Lexi’s body.
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In the beginning, Lexi was hesitant to use the wheels. But after a few tries, she became confident and is now running all over the place.
She was also scared of other dogs and humans, because she didn’t have the ability to quickly get away. She felt vulnerable.
But now, she has thrown away her little shy demeanor, and has developed a feisty and sassy personality.
She loves playing with other dogs and is no longer afraid of humans.
Not to mention, Lexi looks adorable with her new “legs.” Maybe, if other dogs also have wheels, someone could organize a hot wheels dog race? Now that would be cuteness overload.
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