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Dogs do so much for us. Not only are they our cutest cheerleaders, they help us celebrate special milestones. Four-year-old Maya had her best buddy and doggie sister Abby by her side as she took her first steps and walked on her own for the first time. Maya has cerebral palsy, and Abby has helped her build up her strength and remain active. The adorable pooch has also worked through her own difficulties. She was born without a right paw, but that's never slowed her down. 

via The Dodo

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