Woman helps her terminally ill dog fulfill bucket list

When her beloved dog received a diagnosis of inoperable bone cancer, Riina Cooke needed a way to cope with the grief. "When I found out, I was in shock,” she told TODAY.com. "He watched me cry, and he would get upset when I got upset because he was a very sensitive dog.

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Mighty Mick: Paralyzed puppy learns to walk and swim

When Sue Rogers first met Mick, a 6-week-old Boston terrier with Swimmer Puppy Syndrome, in early July, she wasn’t sure he’d ever be able to walk. “I never thought anyone would be able to help him,” Rogers told TODAY.com of the puppy, whose debilitating disability left him with splayed, muscle-less legs. “He was just flat as a pancake.” But Rogers was determined to get Mick on his feet. As the fou…

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