• Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

Miracle on Four Legs: Saving the Life of a Puppy without Pat (Video)

When puppy Nubby was born, he had a congenital disease that caused him to lose both of his front legs

Veterinarians recommended euthanasia to ensure a gentle passing for Nubby. Even though her mother shows no signs of abandoning the pup, Nubby may struggle to keep up with the development of her littermates, and her caretakers may face some difficulties.

 

 

By refusing to administer euthanasia, the man awaited misfortune.

This adorable puppy’s caregiver, Lou Robinson, and her husband, mагk, who live in Houston, Texas, were informed in advance that the puppy might not live as long as other dogs.

Lou had been rescuing animals for many years and even founded an animal group called “Warriors Educate About гeѕсᴜe.” He also taught classes for the community on how to love and care for animals.

 

By refusing to administer euthanasia, the man awaited misfortune.

It is evident that Nubby always received special care and did not need to compete for love or food with the other dogs in the litter. The puppy was in the care of Lou’s husband, who had to be constantly at Nubby’s side with a bottle of milk day and night.

 

By refusing to administer euthanasia, the man awaited misfortune.

Day by day, with tender and careful care, Nubby also grew. Finally, Nubby opened his eyes and let out the first screams of her. However, problems arose immediately afterwards. Nubby had no interest in eating and bubbles were coming out of his nose.

By refusing to administer euthanasia, the man awaited misfortune.

 

 

According to the veterinarian’s diagnosis, Nubby had problems with his esophagus. The puppy had a bag in his esophagus that trapped her milk. The veterinarians supported him by administering fluids to hydrate his milk.

 

By refusing to administer euthanasia, the man awaited misfortune.

Little Nubby with his caregiver. Little Nubby with her caregiver.

 

 

Veterinarians couldn’t predict how serious Nubby’s esophageal problem would be until the puppy grew older.

By refusing to administer euthanasia, the man awaited misfortune.

 

 

Nubby is currently 5 months old and Mr. Robinson hopes that Nubby’s will to live remains strong and that the puppy can become a lesson to young people that it is okay to be different, no matter what.

 

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