Prosthetics don't just help heal physically



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14 Feb 2018 03:13 - +6403
That's amazing. You can see the dog knows exactly what's about to happen. Absolutely fantastic animals.
14 Feb 2018 03:21 - +4331
I have a rescue dog with three legs. Is there a way to find someone to help create a back leg for her?
14 Feb 2018 03:15 - +2326
Had a pretty shitty few days but stuff like this always brings a smile to my face. I feel a bit better now. Thank you.
14 Feb 2018 03:20 - +1363
"We can rebuild him. We have the technology." Thankfully.
14 Feb 2018 03:10 - +1355
Dogs are beautiful.
14 Feb 2018 03:19 - +460
This is so heartwarming. I needed this today.
14 Feb 2018 03:30 - +376
The dog literally knows what's going to happen. Took to the new legs like a fish to water. I shed a manly tear
14 Feb 2018 03:20 - +306
I'm not crying, you're crying!
14 Feb 2018 04:10 - +156
Aww, we just found our dog today after 6 days out in the freezing cold, was worried about something like this but thankfully she's okay. It's amazing what they can do these days!
14 Feb 2018 05:18 - +77
**CYBORG DOG MAULS EVERYONE EVERYBODY THEN EATS CAMERAMAN ALIVE**
14 Feb 2018 03:16 - +72
He looks so happy!
14 Feb 2018 03:18 - +63
These clips always make me cry, happy and sad all at once!
14 Feb 2018 03:42 - +44
Dogs think more similar to us than chimps or other primates do. Because of evolution they really understand way more about us and our motivations and wants more than we really know most times. This is such a great gif.
14 Feb 2018 05:49 - +40
If I remember correctly, this dog had his leg cut off in a sword attack. People can be sick sometimes.
14 Feb 2018 03:25 - +33
Sometimes I wonder if dogs ever get bothered by the fact that they constantly telegraph their emotions. Or if being happy and/or excited sometimes hurts a little because their tails wag so much. Dogs are cool.
14 Feb 2018 05:56 - +32
This is from SoiDog, a large nonprofit dog rescue in Phuket, Thailand. In case anyone was interested in donating or visiting ans volunteering.
14 Feb 2018 03:24 - +23
/r/mademesmile :')
14 Feb 2018 03:34 - +11
Soul warming stuff right here.
14 Feb 2018 06:44 - +10
Lieutenant Dan! You got new legs!
14 Feb 2018 05:43 - +9
The fact that this is 2 of his legs being replaced and it's his first time using prosthetics (I'm assuming?), and he immediately seems proficient with them is incredible! It takes humans months of therapy to get to that level! Good boy confirmed.
14 Feb 2018 04:59 - +6
I swear I smile more at animals than I do at people. I'm great at parties.
14 Feb 2018 07:18 - +5
I'm not crying, you're crying!
14 Feb 2018 05:41 - +5
My heart has just grown 2 sizes. Look how happy that dog’s face is let alone her body language is too. Love it.
14 Feb 2018 05:44 - +4
Does anyone know how long those things can stay on? Can you put them on first thing in the morning, and leave them on until bedtime? Or does the animal have to spend a portion of the day without them, because of chaffing or something like bedsores?
14 Feb 2018 06:16 - +4
Favorite part about my job is when I get to film dogs. They fucking love cameras and will almost always go right up to the lens and poke their nose right in it. Best shot ever.
14 Feb 2018 03:26 - +3
This just made my day better.

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