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   coolcat  Monday Jun 20 10:12 PM

June 20, 2011: Chihuahua Puppies Born Without Front Legs Get Wheels.



Six-month old Chihuahua puppies, from left, Echo, Ellie and Gulliver stand together at the MSPCA in Methuen, Mass. Wednesday, June 15, 2011. The already adopted puppies, born without front legs, were fitted with wheels made by Eddie's Wheels of Shelburne, Mass. and are training to walk and run with them. The carts feature off-road wheels angled for enhanced stability and maneuverability.

They were dropped off at the MSPCA in February after their owner died. Each was adopted by individual families soon after The Eagle-Tribune wrote about their inspiring story.

http://www.eagletribune.com/latestne...t-their-wheels



classicman  Monday Jun 20 10:18 PM

awe - so cool - cat err ... dogs.



footfootfoot  Monday Jun 20 10:43 PM

Chihuahuas that special, you don't want to eat all at once.



Wombat  Monday Jun 20 10:50 PM

For some reason I just thought of The Chihuahua Centipede.



sexobon  Tuesday Jun 21 03:05 AM

Yo quiero Big Wheels.



Undertoad  Tuesday Jun 21 03:14 AM




SPUCK  Tuesday Jun 21 06:25 AM

They sure wag deh'leetle tails a lot.



infinite monkey  Tuesday Jun 21 08:08 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by sexobon View Post
Yo quiero Big Wheels.
Haggis!

Git along, little doggie.


Spexxvet  Tuesday Jun 21 08:23 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolcat View Post
The carts feature off-road wheels angled for enhanced stability and maneuverability.
I hope they can be switched out for slicks when they drag race. And they better have cool spinning rims!


footfootfoot  Tuesday Jun 21 08:56 AM






monster  Tuesday Jun 21 10:18 AM

That's wheely good news. I axel -ly think they look cool. The spokes person said they were getting a round better, I hope they don't tire too fast.

::rim shot::



infinite monkey  Tuesday Jun 21 10:25 AM



You're treading on thin ice, there, ma'am.



Sheldonrs  Tuesday Jun 21 10:27 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by infinite monkey View Post


You're treading on thin ice, there, ma'am.
Well the dogs are kind of PUNy.


CaliforniaMama  Tuesday Jun 21 10:35 AM

Good thing it wasn't their back legs. It would be pretty tough raising a tire to water a tree!



infinite monkey  Tuesday Jun 21 10:37 AM

Hahahhaa CalMa!

Does anyone else worry that this will be the next 'designer dog' fad? They'll fit into purses so much more easily. You could probably keep one in your wallet if they keep getting smaller and losing limbs.



Nirvana  Tuesday Jun 21 03:38 PM

That's what happens when you feed Pedigree Thalidomide!



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