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Going for a stroll is the highlight of most dogs’ days. They enjoy being free to play outside and breathe in various scents. All dogs, including those that are unable to move on their own, can benefit from walking.

The same thing happened to a man and his handicapped dog in Nova Scotia, Canada. He made a comfortable wagon for his dog so that she could continue to enjoy her frequent walks. He says that he is confident she will reciprocate.

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Bryan Thompson came across this man and his dog while walking around Shubie Park. He noticed the man walking through the snow, trailed by a special wagon. A white dog was cuddled up among the warm blankets inside the wagon.

It was the most heartfelt scene Thompson had ever witnessed. He was immediately intrigued to learn more about this remarkable man and his cheerful dog.

Thompson come towards the man and his dog and began up a discussion with him. The man revealed that his pet dog has ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. It is a medical condition in the spine that causes paralysis in dogs. As a result, the unfortunate puppy cannot stand on her own, but her father did not want this to be a hindrance to her success.

As a result, the man created a comfortable wagon for his cherished pet. He wants to ensure that she can continue to take her regular walks in as much comfort as possible. He’ll never let her miss out on any fantastic opportunities.

Thompson became overcome with emotion when he learned about this. He’d never seen anything like the bond between this man and his dog. People, he believes, should treat animals in this manner.

Thompson intended to share the story on Facebook following this emotional incident. He photographed the man and his dog during their talk, but the man asked not to reveal his identity.

Thompson shared three adorable photos of the two pals walking together, along with his observations. In a short period, it acquired nearly 48,000 likes and 50,000 shares.

This one small act of compassion contributed to the happiness of a vast number of people on the internet. Hopefully, this man will teach the rest of the world how to care for animals properly. After all, he is right when he says that our pets will do the same for us.

All photos courtesy of Bryan Thompson Facebook

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