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The Power of Will : Two-legged Dog


I smiled after looking at the first photo…


you will also smile.


You thought the dog is imitating the man. ….


Just scroll down and you will get to know



the story of Will Power.


Here it goes….




Entertaining the college kids…right?






Now have a closer look at it….






So …….




Got the Message ……????




Despite being an animal he gets respect…



He gets warm welcome everywhere.. ..





He gets a pat on his shoulder…













The doors are open for only those


 who believe in themselves


and Will Power which can make an animal


walk on TWO LEGS….!!


June 19, 2008 - Posted by | Animal Lovers, Soul's Medicine


  1. It’s nice to see others posting this story. The message I get out of it is that if you don’t know you’re different, you assume you’re OK. Do your best to tell those who aren’t hurting anyone else that they are OK–even if their appearance marks them as different.

    Comment by rationalpsychic | June 24, 2008 | Reply

  2. I would love to meet the dog

    Comment by Jane | June 27, 2008 | Reply

  3. Me too..
    I wish I can meet the dog.
    Great work for the owner/trainer!
    Two Thumbs UP!!!

    Comment by Joe Leonhart | June 27, 2008 | Reply

  4. Wow I would love to meet this beautiful dog . What an insperation he is. The Lord will work through him and many will be blessed . Shame on us who groan and grumble about the little trivial happenings in our every day life , lets smile like Will Power and spread some kindness to each other.

    Comment by Celia | June 27, 2008 | Reply

  5. Those of us who walk on two legs have a lot to learn from Will! We grumble with aches and whine about things that don’t amount to a hill of beans. When given a setback, we roll on our backs and have tantrums. Will, being given what would amount to a death sentence, adapted and learned and made do. Now he teaches us all about making the most of what we have, being grateful for what we have and blooming where we are planted. May all who sees this learn how much God loves us all and is willing to give all of us second chances. I know I have been inspired by Will. What a great dog and what a great person who saw his potential and didn’t give up on him.

    Comment by Toni | June 27, 2008 | Reply

  6. Yeah, it’s so touching that my female friends cried when I showed them this post. It’s very inspiring!!
    I like this post the best.

    Comment by Joe Leonhart | June 28, 2008 | Reply

  7. Thank you for such inspiration…

    I have a 3-legged rescue pit bull named Stella. Someone threw her out of a moving truck…discarding her like a cigarette butt. Her right front leg and shoulder blade had to be removed.
    She has never known she was different, and she is our beloved baby girl. We got her a rescue companion, a boyfriend named Stanley. They adore each other and life.

    Stella is going to have an extensive othopedic surgery tomorrow on her broken knee…and she needs your prayers. Thank you for making me feel better today…

    ps: if you’d like to see our beloved pups, go to youtube and type pupluv1234 in the searchbar.

    Comment by Melanie | July 15, 2008 | Reply

  8. What a touching story!!!
    I hope she could get better after the surgery. I’ll pray for her. And I’m sure God will hear our prayers. May God always protect her!
    I’m glad that this true story helps you feel better.
    And could you please send me their pictures and their stories, so that I could post them in this blog and share her story to all visitors of my blog?

    Best Regards,

    Joe Leonhart

    Comment by Joe Leonhart | July 16, 2008 | Reply

  9. I would love to meet this beautiful animal!!!

    Comment by Janet | July 19, 2008 | Reply

  10. Me too !!
    Hope that Melanie would reply our comment soon and send me the pictures of her lovely pups.
    Hey, Melanie, we’re wating 4 your stories ^^

    Comment by Joe Leonhart | July 21, 2008 | Reply

  11. Hi, Faith is a GIRL dog, but that’s OK, she doesn’t mind. She’s my puppy yes, and we’re very thrilled to be a part of making so many people happy and loved. Faith needs to be in a movie, so if you know anyone let me know. This way her story could be told to millions. Thanks.

    Comment by Jude Stringfellow | July 27, 2008 | Reply

  12. hai,

    May I know the details for this dog? Like it is female or male, what happened with his/her front leg? What is the dog name? Where she/he lived? Whic country? And why he/she using a flags behind his/her body?

    I want to share this story in my office gathering. Thank you so much before.


    Comment by Laura | September 15, 2008 | Reply

  13. poor will power..
    I’ll always pray for him/her

    Comment by sharl | April 27, 2009 | Reply

    • Great true story, isn’t it? ^_^

      Really inspiring….

      Comment by Joe Leonhart | April 28, 2009 | Reply

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