These dogs, despite their disabilities, are ready to start as a result of a truly noble gesture. They have more help and knowledge than the other hairy ones, but Tracey Fowler didn’t find it a difficulty.
It all started when she tragically lost her beloved German Shepherd a few years ago. She wanted to adopt all the dogs that aren’t usually picked up in shelters.
It seems to be the simplest decision she’s ever taken, since her dog family now consists of eight furry members, and it’s been an experience she’s thoroughly enjoyed. As a result, the dogs are very thankful. The Fowler Herd is how she refers to them.
One of them battled a disease until his legs were immobile. He was, however, content before the Day of Judgment.
“After a struggle with degenerative myelopathy, Hayden crossed the Rainbow Bridge.”
She decided to respect him by helping other dogs in similar situations from that moment on. “I currently have eight puppies. “I had six dogs with special needs and two German Shepherds before I adopted the others,” she said.
It is true that Fowler’s Herd never lacked for anything. Everyone has great fun playing in the snow, always under Tracy’s watchful eye. He claims that, contrary to popular belief, caring for a handicapped dog is not that difficult. Although it necessitates commitment.
She’ll continue to assist these dogs for as long as she can. They need special love and attention, which few people are able to provide.