Disabled Dog Steals the Show in this Race


You know, before we say anything, we want to talk about the word disabled. We think the word applies as much as anyone lets it. Lesser abled, maybe? But once you see this “disabled dog”, Anderson Pooper (yes, that is the dog’s real name) running this race with vigor and conviction, disabled will be the last word you will be associating with him. Hopefully this video will provide inspiration for anyone who feels like they can’t do something because of a set back. Anderson Pooper proves you can do whatever you put your mind to.

Maybe the very best part of this whole thing is that Anderson is running in a Wiener dog race, but not a Weiner dog race for a disabled dog or other disabled dogs. No, Anderson Pooper is running this race with all the dogs who have all their legs. But guess what? Anderson Pooper only has front legs to use. Though some may say the wheels in the back put him at a slight advantage, we just hope those people will be classy enough to bite their tongues while they watch this. Disabled dog? No, this dog is very abled.

So what was your excuse for not wanting to go mow the lawn or hit the gym? Yeah, we thought so.

Image Via KomoNews

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