Life has not been easy for this pooch, but it hasn't stopped him from living it up.
A short film uploaded to YouTube called "Tri-Pawed: Embracing Canine Osteosarcoma" chronicles the journey of Sheridan, a pup living with his owners, Morgan and Zack in Grenada as they attend veterinary school. In July, the beloved pooch was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, and needed his forelimb amputated. Despite his injury, the pup has maintained his lust for life.
Watch at the 4:04 mark as Sheridan runs around, enjoying the beach life on his three legs, splashing around in the pool and just being an all-around goofball.
The video goes on to explain that the canine has been undergoing chemotherapy, but is not expected to live for much longer. Even so, the clip's description says it all -- "For the time he has left, an excellent quality of life is what matters most."
To learn more about Sheridan, or donate to help support his treatments, visit his fundraising page here.