Two Legged Boxer Duncan Lou Who Goes to the Beach

World famous and inspirational Duncan Lou Who the two legged boxer puppy heads to the beach for the very first time, together with his buddies Mane, Rou, Ducky and Miso.

Duncan was born with seriously deformed rear legs that had to be removed.

He has a wheel chair, however cannot stand to use it.

So his carers let him be free and just walk on his two legs.

There is some slow motion in this video, but none of the video has been speed up, that gives you an idea of how fast Duncan really is!!

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35 thoughts on “Two Legged Boxer Duncan Lou Who Goes to the Beach

  1. Thanks for the video update.That Duncan is AWESOME and such an inspiration.I’m sure he is grateful for having the loving human “parents” he has.Boxers are so special,and this little guy exemplifies why!

  2. Is it possible to fall in love with such a sweet boy, and have not met him? He’s such an inspiration and I applaud all of you for all your hard work, effort, care, and love you give to him! Thank you and keep it up! He’s truly one special dog that looks like he’s having the time of his life! I rescued a 3-legged Boxer that I lost in a car-accident 2 years ago. These stories always hold such a special place in my heart.

  3. To see how happy he is is amazing..to adapt to the situation he is in is incredible. Thank you to the people that are caring for him. Ya know people with disabilities are not the only ones that are inspirational. :) Hugs & kisses to Duncan

  4. You know I see this and it makes me feel good inside that little dog is fool of life and I hope he has a long one good for him keep on trucking Duncan Lou

  5. oh my word … that brot me to tears… its obvious that somebody has spent some time and energy with this poor pup and he sure has a heart ….. made me cry to see him run so…. just as our vets return from the wars with limbs missing it overcomeable !!!

  6. This boxer is beautiful, so inspirational! I fell in love with him after I watched this video. Keep looking after him and keep him happy :-). I am lost for words, truly amazing dog. More videos of him please.

  7. That is amazing,i always had boxers,my last one passed away about a year ago,this guy is beautiful,brought a tear of happness to eye,what a heart warming story,love boxers

  8. He’s doing great isn’t he, what a lovely little chap he is. Just wondering however, have you thought about making him a little cart at all, just to give him a bit of relief at times and take some strain off his front shoulder muscles and joints ? Could save him from arthritis later on in his life and also from callouses from having to sit on his backside bone so much ? This is in no way any form of criticism, so please don’t take it as such, it’s just a suggestion for his future. I hope you have many more years together with this plucky little dog :)

    • In the paragraph that precedes the video, it says he has a wheelchair, but doesn’t like to use it. I guess the little guy loves his freedom!

    • If you read the article posted above the video, you would see that Duncan does have a custom built chair, but hates using it.

  9. Cute dog. Maybe it’s the “mom” in me, but as much as he is able to run and race around like that, this dog is putting a lot more stress on the front legs than they were designed to do. Yes he needs exercise, but to run him full out on sand like that, well, the dog doesn’t know his limitations, and the last thing he needs is an injury. I think running him that hard was a bit foolish.

  10. Duncan is a hero. God bless him and his mommy and daddy for loving him exactly the way he came into the world. Boxers are front heavy as you know, which is why he can get around so easily. Personally, I believe that they are front heavy because they are All Heart.

  11. When I are how cruel people can be to such amazing animals…,it warms my heart no one gave up on this beautiful little guy….God Bless..and thank you…

  12. Amazing little guy! I love animals that don’t let a disability hamper them because they love life so much. He does look a little scrawny though, probably because he has to work so much harder. Give that boy a few steaks for his bravery! :)

  13. There are times when I just feel like giving up and stopping the fight against the cancer. But after seeing this little guy, how could I even entertain thoughts like that. He is so happy and well adjusted. Thank you for your inspiration, little guy!

    • Duncan inspired me too. I am a heart transplant recipient and things have not always been easy. I would love to meet Duncan!

  14. Brings me to tears every time i watch him he is a marvel i hope he lives a long life full of love and affection what a brave brave dog all the best to him and the family he shares his life with

  15. Denell Scarborough March 28, 2014 at 11:23 pm - Reply

    Your dog is amazing! I have never seen anything like this before! Keep up the good work and giving him lots of love!!!!

  16. Catherine Motter March 29, 2014 at 1:02 am - Reply

    I am a veterinarian and a big Boxer fan! In veterinary school I learned that Boxers are the answer for any question that asks: What breed of dog has three heart diseases that are not recognised in any other breed?…have the most tumours…etc..

    Who would have one?

    I met my first Boxer on my first day working at the RSPCA , she was seven years old and on death row. I said that I wanted her, they said it was against the rules, she was to be destroyed. I asked them if they wanted a vet. They did. She was the best dog I have ever had.

    Duncan is the best dog that these loving owners will ever have. God bless them.

  17. Ida Friedrichsme3ier March 29, 2014 at 9:10 am - Reply

    I cried because I have a handicapped dachshund named AMAZING Grace aka Gracie who was born without tail and hops her was thru life like a bunny and is incontinent at times and can’t poopoo on her own. She is feisty and the most loving pet any one could hope for

  18. Bless Duncan Lou’s heart. He has such as strong will and good heart. My wife adopted a white with brown and black spot around is eye rescue boxer a few years ago. I still remember that day when she said she needed some help out in the car and on the passenger seat sat a handsome white boxer with a red bow (it was Valentines Day) He had a lame leg from a previous injury. Unfortunately, he developed osteosarcoma in that leg two to three years later. An amputation was necessary but he only survived for less that two additional months. He ambulated very well following the surgery. I will always remember taking Buster on his last walk.

  19. Omg… Crying my eyes out. This is true fully beautiful. What a wonderful inspiration. “Duncan Lou” you are a complete credit to this world. Xxx

  20. Brought a tear to my eye watching this.
    We have a 12 year old white boxer who no one wanted from birth but he as brought such joy n happiness to our family n my 10 year old daughter idolises him they are best friends.
    But back to duncan I think this shows just what boxers are all about fun fun n more fun.
    As my daughter says our dog rio as a tape player were his brain should be thats on a loop saying play play play play play play

  21. mariafernanda junqueira schaeglich April 4, 2014 at 4:05 pm - Reply

    ILove see duncan ran in the beach please sed me for videos about him tkank jou a lots

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