Nobby, the puppy, was born without front legs. The vet said it was probably best to euthanize the dog because he was only 4 hours old.
Nubby’s owner, on the other hand, made a decisive decision.
Nobby had a difficult start in life. He was born without front legs and struggled to reach his mother to nurse. His mother approved him, but Nubby’s brother or sisters pushed him away so he wouldn’t be able to eat.
Furthermore, despite how depressing it was, the vet decided that it would be best if Nobby was put down. The puppy was only 4 hours old at the time.
However, Lou Robinson of Texas, who, along with her husband Mark, has always embraced and cared for homeless and unwanted dogs, desired something different.
They quickly decided to ignore the veterinarian’s advice and deal with Nobby themselves.
Nobby stayed at Lou’s house. There, she and her husband were constantly on the lookout for the dog. They gave him things like protection and food in the form of a bottle.
It appeared that Nobby was doing well at first.
“His eyes widened, and his ears grew. You could hear him bark, and he can smell and recognize voices,” Loui Robinson told The Dodo.
After that, things began to change.
Nobby began sneezing when he was nearly a month old. He was unable to poop, and small bubbles appeared from his nose.
An X-ray revealed that something was wrong with Nubby’s esophagus.
Nobby was given prescription antibiotics and placed in an incubator.
The situation appeared doomed– but Nobby ended up having a will and a fighting spirit that exceeded the norm.
He did not give up. He fought back. And, as long as he had the chance to have a good life, his foster parents fought to give him that chance.
Fortunately, Nobby improved over time. Today, three years later, this remarkable young boy has revealed that he is a true survivor.
Sure, Nobby faces some challenges in life, but he has shown a whole world that anything is possible. Furthermore, the Robinsons have created his own Facebook page where people can follow his adventures.
According to the latest updates and images, Nobby is feeling better than ever.
He has matured into a strong canine. He enjoys playing, and he appears to be interested in life and all that it has to offer. He also has his own small wheelchair, which makes it easier for him to move around and play.
Nobby is a fantastic source of inspiration! Although he is not like everyone else, he demonstrates that being different does not matter.
The vet believed he should be put down, but with the assistance of Lou and Mark, Nobby has demonstrated that anything is possible.