The dog named Jack was lying on the grass. He was hopeless as he was in a terrible state. He was neglected by people. The dog had l.o.s.t his frontal legs. Nobody cared about the dog. He was suffering in pain. He was completely struggling for his life.
Jack was born with a congenital d.e.f.e..ct that left him with only two limbs. Without his front legs, the vets weren’t sure how the pup would survive. He would be unable to push his way through his siblings to get to his mother’s milk or to learn basic survival techniques with the rest of his litter. “His siblings were pushing him out of the way. ” Lou Robinson, Jack’s foster mom, told.
Everything was horrible for him until a man came to rescue the dog. He gave the dogged hope for a better life.
Robinson is the founder of an animal rescue group called Warriors Educate About Rescue. She and her husband learned about all the ways they could improve Nubby’s chances of survival. However, they also knew that taking care of such a young puppy with a severe disability wouldn’t be easy. They gladly accepted the challenge, taking care of the dog and making sure he was as comfortable as possible in his new home. Jack did not just survive, but he thrived.
The dog was taken to a vet. He was examined and cured there. He had several surgeries.
Now that she has her wheels, Daffodil loves to go on walks, climb rock walls, and go up and downstairs. Can you imagine what a change this must have been for the cutie?
We’d say he looks pretty happy about it! Jack’s memorable first ride in his wee little wheelchair. He is already 1 year old. He is too strong and brave to fight for his life. He stumbles and falls, but there’s no looking back once he picks herself up again. What a champ! Daffodil’s new wheels allowed his hind legs to drive him anywhere he wanted to go — and we do mean anywhere!