Rescued from the slaughterhouse, this paralyzed dog now spends his days running and playing with his peers (video)

From the slaughterhouse in China to the frantic and joyful races on the beaches of Northern Ireland… It is truly a resurrection that Henry is experiencing, a dog deprived of the use of his hind legs, but with energy and the joy of living. overflowing. His rescue and his cart gave him wings.

Pictures posted on instagram and showing Henrya Poodle with paralysis in his hind legs, leading a happy life are particularly touching.

The canine is far from the dark destiny to which it was promised in China, before its rescue by the association Slaughter House Survivors (SHS) based in Harbinin the east of the country. Henry previously lived in a shelter in Shanghai and risked ending up in the slaughterhouse.

On one of the videos shared on the social network and relayed by Boing Boinghe can be seen running happily on the beach, several years after he arrived in Northern Ireland and was adopted by Sharon Warnock.

HAS Belfast, Henry lives with a whole pack of dogs, mostly Poodles. They too come from shelters and have various disabilities. Together, they overcome all the difficulties, give each other courage and take full advantage of this new existence offered to them.

Illustration of the article: Rescued from the slaughterhouse, this paralyzed dog now spends his days running and playing with his peers (video)

Popularity at the service of the community

Henry, he hasn’t stopped frolicking since he was given a custom-made trolley. In addition to enjoying life to the fullest, he shares his resilience and good humor with the community. He thus takes part in a variety of events, between visits to schools to discuss disability and fundraising for charities in particular.

Read also: The moving video of a senior dog spending her last day at the shelter and joining her family forever

The account instagram which is dedicated to him and is followed by more than 10,000 subscribers also serves to raise public awareness of the issue of shelter dogs.

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