A woman adopted a Great Dane pup and had no concept he was different. There was no indication that anything was wrong until he began growing up.
It was then that Alicia saw Quinn was having trouble walking. The canine would crawl along the ground on his tummy with his back legs just dragging behind. Quinn required some additional help, however not just any type of dog would do.
So Alicia returned and adopted Quinn’s brother! “We chose to take Gray on because, thinking of Quinn’s lifestyle as a puppy that can’t walk, another dog may not have wanted to have fun with him,” mom said. “Gray kept Quinn’s quality of life high.” Both brothers and best friends get along so well since they can connect to each other.
In between scoliosis, deformities, and being only half of the size of the various other Fantastic Danes in the litter, they have plenty of challenges in life. The cause of all of Quinn and Gray’s problems? Bad breeding– the mother Fantastic Dane was bred to her complete brother.
They take life step by step and each day. They both obtain hydrotherapy and practice walking up and down a hillside out back of their house. Regardless of just how tough it obtains, they know they have each other. The dogs have made great deals of progress and simply lately celebrated their first birthday with each other! And they remain to be an inspiration to their mother who is a special education teacher.