Pet Rescue Stories

Dog Rescue Stories: Keller Was Going to be Shot Because of Her Disabilities

 By Jarissa Aquinde, Positively Woof Rescue and Adoption Story Editor

Keller was born to a breeder. She was deaf, vision impaired and at five weeks old, she was going to be shot because of those disabilities. Thankfully, she was rescued by two good humans who helper her find her forever family.Despite her disabilities, Keller lives a very full life. She and her family spend all of their time educating the public on special needs dogs.

Follow gorgeous Keller on Facebook @Kellerthedm, on Instagram @kellerscause and check out her website Keller’s Cause.

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Braille is gussying up and getting ready for our big weekend at the Novi Pet Expo!

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Not all who wander are lost.

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How are you changing the world today?

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We love our double merles, but point blank, these dogs shouldn’t exist the way they do. With their smiling faces and unwavering spirit, they have helped to inspire thousands of people. We can only hope that through education, we are empowering our readers, followers, and friends, to stand up for what is right and speak out against what is wrong. Education is the key to change, and together, we can put an end to ignorant breeding and change the world for double merles. #aussie #weeklyfluff #petscorner #petboxaction #dogoftheday #love #australianshepherd #doublemerle #deafnotdumb #deafdogsrock #lights_camera_paws #showcasing_pets #mydogiscutest #thepawpack #buzzfeed #huffpost #dogsofig #dogdailyfeaturesss #dogs #animal_captures #animalphotos #deafdog #beautiful #friends #amazing #pet #specialneeds #bestdogever #education #nonprofit

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