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  • Liz Denny of Florence walks with Charlie Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike". <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Liz Denny of Florence walks with Charlie Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike".
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  • Liz Denny of Florence walks with Charlie Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike". <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Liz Denny of Florence walks with Charlie Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike".
    JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Liz Denny of Florence helps Charlie into his cart Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike". <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Liz Denny of Florence helps Charlie into his cart Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike".
    JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Liz Denny of Florence walks with Charlie Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike". <br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Liz Denny of Florence walks with Charlie Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike". <br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Liz Denny of Florence helps Charlie into his cart Friday at the Northampton Community Garden paths. Charlie recently lost the use of his rear legs from degenerative myelopathy, the canine equivalent of Lou Gehrig's disease. Denny bought him a dog cart from Eddie's Wheels in Shelburne Falls, a business that specializes in carts and wheelchairs for disabled dogs. She said Charlie was getting depressed from his immobility, but "now, he's like, cool, I've got a dirt bike". <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

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