Corgi with spine problems has specialised wheelchair
A corgi with serious spine problems is now more pampered than the Queen's - and given acupuncture, therapy and her own set of WHEELS to walk with. Owner Kelli Krysh, 36, was devastated when Penny, 11, was diagnosed with degenerative myelopathy - a chronic condition which destroys the spinal cord. It causes a slow deterioration in the rear legs and ultimately paralysis. Kelli spent $650 on a doggy wheelchair and pays between $800 and $1,000 a month for Penny's supplements and physical therapy.