With just hours left before his inevitable euthanasia, a little beagle dachshund cross sat at the shelter not knowing anything about his impending fate. Noah is just a silly 1-year old pup who had been paralyzed after a hit-and-run accident with a car sustained during his life on the streets. The Animal Shelter took a liking to the funny little happy-go-lucky dog, and in a last-ditch effort, says Little Things, it sent out a plea for a rescue group to please take him in and give him a chance.

The animal control's Facebook post caught the attention of Vandie Enloe, according to Fido4ever. While not a rescue group, Enloe felt she could definitely fill in as a foster parent for Noah, giving him a chance.

As Noah dragged himself around, with both back legs paralyzed, Enloe worried he would create even more injuries, but lucky for Noah and his foster mommy, Cub Scout Troop 513 heard of the spunky pooch's plight and stepped in to design and build a doggie wheelchair for Noah.

The entire troop stepped in, with 11-year-old Talon Lewis as the designer, says Nice Dogs. It took three tries to get it just right, and as you can see in the video, boy did they get it right! Noah now has a whole new outlook on life.

In the video, you can hear Lewis saying I can hardly keep up with him now, as Noah is outpacing everyone with his new wheels.

Who wins here? The wonderful Boy Scouts of Troop 513 who stepped up to the plate and made a life-changer for a rescue dog? Or was it Vandie Enloe, new to fostering, but who realized all lives are worthy of getting that chance? Or Noah, the little beagle dachshund that could, and now does, motor anywhere he wants thanks to his dream team? Win/win/win is our vote. Kudos for a job well-done and helping a dog well-deserved.

Noah is now up for adoption, sporting his new wheels, in the hopes he finds his forever home. Fingers crossed you find it soon, Noah!