After inquiring at several veterinarian hospitals, they found the staff at Downtown Veterinarian in Indianapolis who agreed to take him in and give him a chance at a life he deserves.
Manager Amy Birk didn't even consider euthanizing him. He is an otherwise healthy puppy who could live a happy life with the right family in spite of his disability.
He will be too small for a regular-sized cart until he is six months old, so the creative staff fashioned parts from a Fisher Price helicopter combined with toy pipes and a harness. They do physical therapy daily to strengthen his back legs. Right now he mostly turns in circles but he is learning to maneuver the wheels.
Not long ago dogs like Turbo were routinely euthanized, but we have seen many disabled dogs leading full, inspirational lives. Already there are people interested in adopting him. The story