Skip Nav

Special Needs Animals Have Special Needs

Pets that have special needs (blindness, deafness, etc.) or physical handicaps require a certain commitment and often education before you can bring them home — a little more to learn but a little more to love, too!

What’s Your Reaction? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Reactions
hyper-somnia hyper-somnia 5 years
My late dog Winston was considered un-adoptable, he was 8 years old, blind and everything I wasn't looking for in a dog. But the first time I saw him my heart melted and I just knew he was meant to be my dog. We only had two years together before he passed away from a heart condition, but I feel blessed just for that little time together. He will always be the greatest dog to me. It was because of him too that I found my girl Tulip, she is also an older, special needs dog, but you could not find a better friend.
Smacks83 Smacks83 5 years
I have no issues getting a 3-legged, blind or deaf pup because I've known so many that are total sweethearts!
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years
While I think it's sad that these animals have difficulty getting adopted, in a way I think it's good that people aren't taking on pets with special needs if they don't have the time and ability to do so.

Download Selfie to crash your favorite celeb pics

+