Then a video must be worth a million!
We thought it would be good for you to see Duchess in all her silly glory. The truth is that she probably spent most of her four years in a crate having puppies, so when she got into our backyard and our two dogs, Gus and Libby, showed her the ropes of chasing birds, squirrels, barking at the neighbor who walks past the house twice a day (every day, for the entire time we’ve lived here), and the simple joy of rolling around in grass, she was an all-to-willing student.
You can see that her back legs definitely allow for some wobbling, but it doesn’t hold her back. Remember that she is up for adoption and if you’re interested you can start the adoption process by visiting http://www.springerrescue.org