Puppy with Missing Leg Adopted by Amputee Veteran

A military veteran from Tennessee who lost his leg after an IED explosion found a new best friend after adopting a dog with a missing leg.

Joshua Ferguson took home three-legged Scooter on Thursday, after adopting the pup from the Humane Society of Dickson County in Dickson,according toWTVF in Nashville.

“He makes it easier for me to remember, hey it’s still a beautiful day,” Ferguson said Scooter. “You realize really just how tremendous a journey life is.”

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Puppy with Missing Leg Adopted by Amputee Veteran

Nala the service dog works hard every day. So when she finally gets a moment to relax, she deserves it.

And there’s one place that Nala knows she’s always going to have a good time: Disney World.

Nala performs medical response tasks for her owner Megan Leigh, and visiting the theme park has become a tradition for the pair. Nala and Leigh even have matching mouse ears.

“I have always loved Disney,” Leigh told The Dodo. “Before I got a service dog, my health would get in the way of me traveling independently. So now I can go to Disney and enjoy myself because Nala helps me be more independent.”

Nala shares Leigh’s passion for Disney and is able to experience most of the park with her owner — from going on the rides to meeting the characters.

“They can go on any rides with their handler as long as they don’t have a height requirement,” Leigh said. “Her favorite ride is the People Mover because she can feel the wind in her face!” 

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Service Dog Can't Believe She's Meeting Her Favorite Disney Princess

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