Boxer Puppy Pneumonia Recovery Motivational Dog Owner Story Report Released

Limelight Dog released a full report on the story of Nubby, a boxer pup who overcame pneumonia and pancreatitis, among other conditions.

Basingstoke, United Kingdom - August 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Limelight Dog, a website specializing in high-quality news and stories for dog enthusiasts, launched a new report on the story of Nubby, a boxer pup whose journey battling multiple illnesses is highly inspirational.

More details can be found at https://limelightdog.com/a-weak-2-legged-boxer-puppy-fights-to-live.

The report states that Nubby, who was born in 2017, was rejected from his mother at birth. Since he wasn’t able to feed himself properly, he became prone to a series of illnesses that led his vet to believe the pup wasn’t going to make it.

Lou Bowlin and her husband Mark, founders of Texas-based educational charity Warriors Educate About Rescue, rescued the dog and began the long process of restoring his health.

Nubby’s fight with illness included overcoming pneumonia and pancreatitis, as well as struggling to gain weight to make up for his poor nutrition in his early weeks of life.

The report states that Nubby has now fully recovered and is growing stronger everyday – a happy ending for a pup many believed wasn’t going to make it past his first month.

Nubby’s courage and resilience makes him an example of the power of not giving up when it comes to fighting illness.

“Nubby continues to grow and live happily with his family,” states the report. “When Mark and Lou foster new puppies, Nubby is sure to welcome and take care of them excitedly. Nubby is such a fighter and refuses to give up. He is like a beacon that gives hope to people. Nubby may be different from other dogs, but his will to live, be happy and love his family is incomparable even to some people.”

With the latest announcement, Limelight Dog continues to updated its range of quality content centered around the lives of dogs around the world.

The website supports The Bichon Frisé Rescue Centre of Northern New Jersey, donating part of the proceeds from its online stores to the organization.

Interested parties can find more information on the Nubby’s stories, as well as the entire Limelight Dog collection, by visiting the website above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dennis Myles
Email: Send Email
Organization: Saphire Sales
Address: 46 Fairthorne Rise Old Basing, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24 7EL, United Kingdom
Website: https://saphiresales.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88970819

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