The story of Two Legs Nubby The Dog – The Boxer Puppy With Two Legs

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Boxer Puppy Two Legs Nubby The Dog

Nubby the boxer puppy was born with 2 legs. So he may be called two legs dog. He was very weak and no one knew if he’d make it at first, but he got stronger and spunkier every day. His family was amazed, and his dad especially fell head over heels with him. He has got the best dog training. So, Now that he’s grown up, he helps his family foster litters of puppies!

Read the following story of Two Legs Dog Nubby The Boxer Puppy:

When Nubby, the puppy, was born without his front legs, the only reasonable thing to do according to the vets was to put him down. Although his mother didn’t reject him, he wasn’t able to keep up with his siblings and found it quite difficult to get to her to nurse.

The woman who fostered this lovely puppy, Lou Robinson, was convinced at first that the dog wouldn’t last long before he died.

Robinson and her husband, Mark, live in Houston, Texas.

Nubby The Dog
Image Credit: Lou Robinson

Lou has been rescuing animals for many years and even founded a rescue group named Warriors Educate About Rescue.

How to take care of animals
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How to take care of animals

She teaches classes to the community about how to take care for animals. The group makes a calendar that features Texas firefighters. Here you see that Nubby no longer has to compete with anyone – for love or food! Nubby needed to be bottle fed around the clock.

Image Credit: Lou Robinson

Day after day, Nubby ate and grew and grew!

Two Legs Dog
Image Credit: Lou Robinson

Finally, he opened his little eyes, and he found his voice. Then things took a turn. Nubby wasn’t interested in eating anymore and even started blowing milk bubbles out of his nose.

Image Credit: Lou Robinson

Nubby was diagnosed with an esophageal abnormality.

Image Credit: Lou Robinson

Nubby’s esophagus had a pouch that was trapping the milk. Nubby was given fluids and has bounced back.

Two Legs Dog
Image Credit: Lou Robinson

The doctors do not know how severe his esophageal problem is, they will have to wait until he gets older to take a look.

Image Credit: Lou Robinson

Nubby is now five months old, and Robinson hopes he can help teach kids that being different is okay.

Watch the following video of two legs dogs Nubby:

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