Ain’t No Stopping Me

Ain’t No Stopping Me

Whether your animal has survived against the odds, defies limitations to live each day to the fullest, or simply brings happiness and joy to everyone, Ain’t No Stopping Me is all about being inspiringly unstoppable!

This contest is open to animals that are differently abled, or differently beautiful.
 The focus is those affected by congenital issues, accidents or age so that we can celebrate animals who are usually more marginalized.
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What’s better than one pup in diapers with the zoomies? Two diaper babies AND a deaf pup!

0 Votes

Keanu is our very special, but always happy pup, who wobbles! Cerebellar hypoplasia pup

1 Votes

Hercules is a paraplegic Frenchie but that doesn’t stop him from playing with his big brothers and sister

1 Votes

Magnolia Mae loves to dance for her cookies! Mags is a perfect example of backyard breeding gone wrong. She was born with a spinal deformity that leaves her completely incontinent (hence her diaper and adorable suspenders!), a heart murmur, hip ... read more

2 Votes

This is Dixie! She was born disabled. She doesn’t let her disability stop her and is one of the strongest animals I know!

1 Votes

Little man is a Hydro puppy with water on the brain and he also has a liver shunt but I love him to the moon and back he is just so smart and loving 🥰

0 Votes

I was born a hydro baby with water on my Brian and I also have a liver shunt that stops me from growing but my mommy loves me to the moon and back

0 Votes

Odin is a paraplegic Saint Bernard and is full of love! He had a spinal cord stroke and he’s only 2. Our home vet told us there was nothing to do and to put him down. There’s no way we ... read more

1 Votes

the reaction I get when Sam can’t find his mum, I hear this every morning.

0 Votes

Patch is 16 years old and only has 3 legs! She still loves to run and swim!

2 Votes

Both Evie and Teddy were born with congenital issues affecting their back legs. But that doesn’t stop them from loving life!

15 Votes
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