Meet Daisy, a disabled dog who brightens everybody’s day

By MiNDFOOD

Daisy and her cheerful underbite and wheelchair will make your day

Ever since she made her social media debut, Daisy has brightened a whole lot of people’s lives with her cheerful underbite, her daisy crown and her speed demon ways with her new set of wheels.

Image via underbitunite.com
Image via underbitunite.com

Daisy’s owner says that Daisy was adopted in 2011. She was born with a congenital deformity in her two front legs and uses a wheelchair to get around.

Her owner chose Daisy because she had read that dogs with special needs were rarely adopted, and usually the first to be euthanised.

With a blog dedicated to her unsurpassable pizazz for life, we’re pretty sure that Daisy is living her best life.

Image via underbitunite.com
Image via underbitunite.com

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