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Cora Rose lost her two front legs after she was hit by a car, but that hasn’t stopped her from bringing happiness to her family and everyone she meets. Now she helps her dad, Marley’s Mutts founder Zach Skow, in his mission to rescue as many other dogs as possible at their ranch in California.

 

 

 

 

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[Music] i knew this dog when she was in recovery and before she was amputated she's a different dog than she is today and by that i mean a thousand percent more wonderful come on [Music] when we first got cora she was completely broken physically and internally she was depressed she didn't move because of her broken front legs and all of that pain and her broken pelvis and back you're gonna do so good in your chair what should have been and could have been a life-ending injury or at least a joy-sucking injury she turned this into an asset that she shares freely with the world at all times come on baby girl there's my girl the thing that i relate to most with cora is our rehabilitation i spent six weeks in the hospital here in bakersfield you know dying of liver failure and desperately needing a liver transplant that i wasn't going to get fast forward six months after i started working with my dogs i no longer needed a liver transplant come on baby girl i was so hyper focused on my own pain my own suffering and my dogs gave me something else to put my energy into the honest truth of how she supports my sober lifestyle and my recovery is that she reminds me not to feel sorry for myself poor rose i got you bug i got you look at you kid show them how it's done she reminds us that we can always be happy regardless of what afflictions we might be dealing with she's so unabashedly happy about it that that is contagious [Music] rescue life starts really early um starts first thing in the morning you know we're doing emails we're doing social media all of those things um head to the ranch later in the morning and we get to work cora's favorite activities are to get into trouble and to play she's like a little white two-legged poofy ninja she presents herself in a very non-threatening way so all kinds of creatures like to play with her whether it's cats or horses or livestock what makes coral so special compared with all of the hundreds and if not thousands of dogs we've had over the years is her immediate effect on anybody that comes in contact with her oh my girl she just can turn your frown upside down seven days a week no matter what i've never seen a dog so willing to give of her energy than cora is one step in front of the other rescue work is difficult it's a pretty relentless emotional trudge and it can really wear you down and can be hard to take care of yourself even when you're down you're whacking your tail huh having her is our living therapy dog is uh incredibly valuable to us he's really given us the understanding that no matter how horrific and gnarly an injury might be there may be a silver lining to this and it may be recoverable from and you may just create the biggest source of light you've ever seen in your entire life

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