Parents need to know that in the midst of the central heart-warming tale about a boy, adorable dogs, and medical "miracles," sub-plots of Miracle Dogs include grown-up issues such as: cancer, grief, euthanasia, joblessness, and the amputation of a dog's leg. And, until the main story is resolved, there is a constant threat of the animals being transferred to a place where they may be put to sleep. Though everything is predictably resolved and upbeat, suspenseful and sad events along the way are: a dog hit by a car then having his front leg amputated, a young tennis player who may be severely injured, a woman who refuses cancer treatment, and a man who describes his guilt over the death of his son.
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Miracle Dogs is full of wonderful true stories and a special account from Mark C. Robinson who invented the dog wheelchair. The book took me back to the tough decisions my own family had to make when Sophie became paralyzed. It’s a must-read for any dog (or goat) lover.
If you’ve ever wondered what you would do if your pet became paralyzed, Miracle Dogs Adventures On Wheels will give you plenty of insight. The book is a collection of true stories from real pet parents who gave their dogs and even a goat a second chance after they faced a catastrophic injury or illness that left them partially paralyzed.