It will very soon be a year since our lovely little Miniature Dachshund Tinkerbell lost the use if her back legs.
Miniature Dachshunds because of their long backs often end up with back issues and very sadly Tinkerbell was one of the unlucky ones.
Yes it’s unfortunate that the surgery didn’t cure her being paralyzed in her back legs but we are so thankful that we have a happy hound who loves her family and has a comfortable and content life.
Tinkerbell I don’t think realises most of the time that she has a disability. Charging to the door or barking at Max my Mum and Dad’s Doberman with no fear.
It is sad sometimes that Tinkerbell isn’t able to walk but we don’t spend our time wishing for something which is unlikely we embrace her and actual be inspired by the resilient nature Tinkerbell clear has.
Tinkerbell still enjoys playing, cuddling and eating. Tinkerbell comes out in her carrier many places or under the pram for fresh air.
Tinkerbell tiny as she is, is an inspiration to me that whatever life throws at us rather than lying down and feeling sorry for yourself like Tinkerbell just getting on with life and no allowing any disability or set back become an excuse not to live life to the full.
Happy Monday Friends!