The following story is about a little horse that fought against every odd and came out on top. Roozer “Roo” Brewz was born in Kansas City in 2011. The dwarf miniature horse stands up at just 19 inches tall. Roo had lots of health issues, including severe angular limb deformities and tendon laxity on all four of his legs. This made it extremely hard for the little guy to even walk or stand. He was born with “windswept” legs due to his position while in the womb.

But luckily for him, he was under the care of some attentive pet owners. The kind people stayed by his side through it all. His owner, Christine, says, “After being recommended to euthanize him, we came home so I could do some soul searching. I sat on the ground, cross-legged in the dirt and watched him whizz by me running with his legs bandaged. I respect the veterinarian’s opinion and knew that if I made that choice to go against what the recommendations were, I was in it for the long haul.”

This clip shares Roo’s strong will to live. It also features his one year journey from a struggling newborn to a happy survivor. His owners played a big part in this touching story and they helped him live a normal life. Watch Roo’s story below. What did you think about that? Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section!


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