It isn't possible to find a caring home for a disabled dog in Iran so my rescuer reached out to Home At Last for help. They took one look and me and knew they had to try. I am a very friendly and sociable guy who is great with people, kids and other dogs. Cats are unknown but I am so gentle it is hard to imagine me wanting to chase them. Even if I did it isn't likely I could catch them from my wheelchair. Although, as you can see from my videos, I am a pretty mobile guy who loves chasing a ball and playing with my fur buddies. Naturally my disability means I have to wear a diaper while inside the house. To me, I have almost everything I need - a kind caregiver, friends to play with, a soft bed, good food and a wheelchair to get me around. All I need now is a home and a family of my very own. As soon as one is found I will be flown over to start my new life in Canada. My adoption fee of $300 includes my neutering, vaccinations and my transportation from Tehran.
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