Beach corgi is good to roll.
Willa helps teach vet techs at a community college.
Pepper Grable is a pug ready to get on the move.
Roo is really excited about the new wheels.
Luther the dog and Stu the bunny.
Rocky was so excited to move, he started rolling before he was all strapped in.
Zaza might be small, but she's going big places now.
Mini wants to go for a spin.
Popeye has style.
Happiness is mobility.
It's not Frostie the Snowgoat's birthday, but he's still feeling special.
Australian farm sanctuary Edgar's Mission took in the snow white goat that suffered a debilitating illness called joint naval ill. The nonprofit organization nursed the little guy back to health, but he still had no use of his hind legs.
Good thing the famous pig-in-wheelchair Leon Trotsky was on hand to lend Frostie his chair. Edgar’s Mission founder Pam Ahern explains that it's important for the baby goat to stay mobile to flush out the toxins in his body from the disease.
Clearly, Frostie is pretty darn happy about his new mobility, even if he's a little awkward on his feet.
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