Humans usually walk with two feet, while dogs walk with four. However, not everyone is blessed to have complete feet. But everyone can surely learn to appreciate what they have – like Ramen Noodle!
Carli Davidson, an animal photographer, features stories of differently-abled pets on his website. One of those is a poodle named Ramen Noodle.
This pooch experienced a series of misfortunes. Originally born with four legs, this doggo is smaller than other dogs, which may be brought by being an interbred mill puppy.
Got to hang out with Jamie and Raman Noodle today, it was rad. That dog AND it's owner are totally made of magic. More photos on my Raman noodle gallery to check out!
First, Ramen Noodle got one of his feet broken, which later was lost because of gangrene. Then, he also lost another foot due to a freak accident where he jumped off a chair and broke his bone! In both instances, his two lost feet were far from being mended.
In between those sad events, Ramen Noodle was adopted by Jaime Salata Van Tassel. She was this doggo’s lead nurse when he was fighting over gangrene. True to being small but terrible, Ramen Noodle was able to surpass those challenges!
Now living his life with his two hind legs, Ramen Noodle can do what other dogs can. He can still play with other dogs! His amputation does not hinder him from doing anything that he likes to do.
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Jamie shares that her pet, just like other dogs, does not seem to mind having only two legs. He goes on with his life unrestricted. In his pictures, Ramen Noodle is seen enjoying his wheels, swimming, and even riding a bike with Jamie – well, of course, it’s Jamie on the wheels!
Admittedly, this cute little pooch has won the heart of his nurse-turned-mom fur and all the people who know his story. It proves that lacking something, in Poodle’s case, his two legs will not be a hinder to enjoying life!
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Source: Carli Davidson Pet Photography via Facebook