The world is full of compelling stories, stories that can inspire a broke fight for the liberation, propelling him/her toward the lands of victories. But the correct key for anybody to surpass the realm of triumph is – willpower. Yeah, by believing in ourselves, we can achieve anything we aspire for, and there is a proper psychological reason behind it. Anyway, that’s the topic for another day, but the interesting fact is – willpower not only works for humans but also animals are capable of achieving an ultra level of unconditional self-love, and the two-legged boxer, aka Nubby, is a perfect model for our theory.
Meet Nubby, The Two-Legged Boxer, Who Was Only Four-Hours-Old When Vets Had Planned To Euthanize Him!
Back in Jan 2017, a litter of boxer puppies was born, and after only four hours, vets were discussing that one of the pups should be euthanized. And I know it sounds terrible, and you don’t wish such terrible thing to happen, but I am pretty confident they were doing what they felt was best for the pup, who had been born without front legs. And though his mom was fine with him, he was too fragile to compete against his brothers and sisters for food (yeah). But fortunately, Lou Robinson, founder of an animal-protection organization, WEAR, wasn’t about to give up on him.
It Seemed Lou Robinson Had An Unconditional Love For The Two-Legged Pup, So She Took Him In Her Care And Named Him Nubby!!!
With the motto DIFFERENCE IS NOT DISPOSABLE, Lou Robinson was persistent in giving Nubby the power of self-love he needs to fight the disability that was holding over him. But his natural defect made the situation worse at the start because they needed to be careful about how to bottle-fed him and find a solution for how his esophagus functioned caused him to develop pneumonia.
There Were Tons Of Complicated Operations Involved For Helping Him Out, And Those Projects Hadn’t Worked Out Well If He Hadn’t Responded Positively!
Recovering is a two-sided process because unless the victim isn’t dedicated enough to feel positive about himself, not even Gods could help it. But Nubby was on the right track; he learned to use a wheelchair very quickly and boldly participated in the experiments going over him. His quick learning helped him pull through his disability, and he began to thrive!
Oh Yeah! In No Time, Nubby Pulled Over Signifying How A Dog With Differences Can Live A Happy Life! Plus, Lou’s Husband, Mark Quotes, “Nubby Is Just Like Any Other Dog!” He Sure Is Mark, And His Smile Is The Cutest!!!