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Paralyzed dog winning hearts, looking for home

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March 7, 2014
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Daisy the dog was paralyzed in her hind legs after being hit by a car last November. Since then Daisy's been cared for by a local veterinary team who hope to find her a permanent home. (March 7) Video provided by AP


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