Adorable dog who races around in pink wheelchair is crying out for new home

Adorable dog who races around in pink wheelchair is crying out for new home

An adorable dog who uses a pink wheelchair to get around is searching for her forever home. Two-year-old Grace has been put up for adoption with Miracle’s Mission, a rescue dedicated to saving animals from dangerous situations, after being surrendered into their care through no fault of her own.

The double amputee is currently in foster care in Devon – but can be rehomed anywhere in the UK. Despite her disabilities, Grace is an adventurous dog who enjoys walks in the woods and “runs so fast in her wheels”.

Speaking about the crossbreed, Victoria Bryceson, who set up Miracle’s Mission in 2015, said: “Grace is a double amputee who requires wheels for walks. She is incontinent. We offer full training and guidance on how to help a dog with incontinence.

“Grace is currently in foster care with multiple other dogs and she gets on well with them. She loves playing with them and would love another dog in her forever home.”

At around 10kg, Grace is currently a bit overweight so her new owners would need to carefully manage her food intake so she doesn’t grow larger and put added pressure on her remaining two legs.

It is unknown whether she can live with children or cats as her tests are yet to take place.

Victoria added: “Grace is super friendly and loves making new friends, she will make an incredible addition to her adopters family! Could this be you?”

Miracle’s Mission is a UK registered animal welfare charity who work predominantly in the UK, Borneo and Egypt.

A statement reads: “Our mission is to provide a place of safety for animals in danger, to educate on the needs of neutering both pets and strays and to neuter stray dogs and cats to prevent the birth of more animals onto the streets.

“We also rehabilitate and rehome dogs in need, often with disabilities, from our UK rescue base.”

If you’re interested in rehoming Grace, please contact Miracle’s Mission via [email protected] . To support the charity, visit their website via