Come On, N.I. Community, A Partially Paralyzed Puppy? How Could You NOT Help?

Not Impossible Community is where you write in to submit a cause or offer up an innovative idea for our community to consider. A retired pediatric nurse has written in to us about her partially-paralyzed puppy receiving tail stimulation therapy on a mini-treadmill. Can you do better? We think you can :)
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Not Impossible Community is where you write in to submit a cause or offer up an innovative idea for our community to consider. A retired pediatric nurse has written in to us about her partially-paralyzed puppy receiving tail stimulation therapy on a mini-treadmill. Can you do better? We think you can :)

Dear Elliot and Mick,

I just watched the videos of Daniel and Tempt and tears are streaming down my face. What fantastic gifts you have given these men,their families and the world! 

 As a newly retired pediatric nurse who specialized in children with special needs, I frequently wished for something to help a child. Often, my husband would make a device that would allow a child some independence to be able to ride the bus to school - and here you are making miracles happen all over the world!

In November, my husband and I adopted a darling little dog who is partially paralyzed. He has been receiving therapy and I know in my heart that with a little assistance or an NI Labs miracle he could walk. I don't expect him to run in the park, but I would love him to feel the freedom of walking to his water bowl or the door to greet us without dragging himself or using his wheelie. 

Mick, you had dogs, so I think you can understand how much this would mean to us. Please, would you be willing to just consider looking at him and visualizing freedom for this little guy?

What happens here could have a lasting impact on the quality of life for humans as well as animals. In many cases animals have a profound impact on humans-our wounded vets are a living example of the strength and support they receive from their service animals and companions. Please help our little dog help others.

Thank you for all your good works and your consideration of my request.

God Bless All of You.

Pat & Charlie