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The Boxer puppy had hind legs amputated after born with deformity

Animal rescue staff say he can do everything four-legged dog can do

Learning to use wheelchair and puppy friend Ducky given lifts on the back

Staff say Duncan much more confident when he shares cart with his pal
By Daily Mail Reporter

He had his hind legs amputated at just a few weeks old after being born with a severe deformity. 
But not only has the Boxer puppy overcome his disability by running on his front paws, he also has a specially adapted wheelchair - and gives his friend lifts.
The 16-week-old Boxer called Duncan Lou Who carts puppy Ducky around and animal shelter staff say he is much more confident using the wheelchair when his friend is with him.


Duncan Lou Who is more 'confident' in his specially built wheelchair when his friend Ducky is on the back [/img]
Duncan Lou Who is more 'confident' in his specially built wheelchair when his friend Ducky is on the back

Duncan Lou Who was forced to have an operation just one month ago to give him the best chance of life after being born with a severe leg deformity.

The bones in his legs were completely fused and the decision was made to amputate.


 But rather than being hindered by his disability, Panda Paws Rescue, in Vancouver, say he has taken to life on two legs.

Although initially wary of his wheelchair, Amanda Giese from the rescue centre said he was more confident when his friend Ducky hopped on the back of the 'lime green spaceship'. 

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