Tiny handicapped dog ‘Turbo Roo’ goes into business

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Video above is from Turbo Roo's visit to FOX59 on August 1, 2014.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Oct. 1, 2014)-- Everyone’s favorite tea-cup chihuahua, Turbo Roo, is now in business.

He was born without his front legs, and online donations helped get Turbo-Roo a sturdy cart to move around in.

Turbo Roo Designs logo

Turbo Roo Designs logo

Turbo Roo and his owners are now entrepreneurs. They’ve started a company called Turbo Roo Designs. They hope to help out many other dogs who suffer from a diability.

Later this month, Turbo Roo is headed to New York City for Purina's annual Better With Pets event to talk about designing the carts for handicapped dogs.

Turbo Roo has several social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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