A Boxer named 'Lou' just recently had his back legs amputated due to a severe deformity. A new video has surfaced online, showing the two legged pooch happily running and keeping up with his four legged canine pals.
Puppies have a never-ending energy and desire to play. That is the case for a Boxer named Duncan Lou Who. And his zest for life is still there even though he just recently had his back legs amputated.
The bones in his rear legs were entirely fused together by the time he was 2 months old. With no corrective surgeries or alternate form of treatment available, the only way to give Duncan a shot at living a semi-normal life was to amputate.
Duncan was taken in by Amanda Giese, founder of Panda Paws Rescue in Washington state where he underwent the medical procedure. He has since fully recovered.
A new video has surfaced online, showing the two legged pooch happily running and shockingly keeping up with his four legged canine pals. Duncan also has a wheelchair cart for dogs that will allow him to get around effortlessly, but thus far he hasn’t used it much and seems to be doing just fine without it.
Happily Duncan doesn’t have to worry about finding a human family as he melted Amanda’s heart and will live permanently in her home.