Blind Rescue Dog Returned Three Times Experiences The Snow In His New Wheelchair

Thanks to a successful GoFundMe campaign, a family was able to raise enough money to give their rescue pup Moby a much more mobile fulfilling life with a brand new, custom wheelchair. The adorable dog was born with a condition known as Cerebellar Hypoplasia, which is a motor system that is underdeveloped.

Moby is a two-year-old Border Collie/Great Pyrenees cross, and while he may have a disability, he doesn’t let it hinder his ability to enjoy life to its fullest.

Moby loves to visit his local dog park. Even though he gets a little tuckered out, he still enjoys making playdates with all his other doggie friends.

Moby doesn’t just suffer from CH, he also is blind and has kidney troubles that his family has to manage with special food and added hydration.

This sweet boy is finally living his best life after having been returned to the shelter on 3 different occasions.

You can follow this sweet boy on his very own Instagram.

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