His owner gave him up because he was born with only two legs.
On Christmas Eve evening in 2002, a little dog in the United States was born with a congenital defect. The dog only has three legs, and one of them is severely malformed and unable to be utilized in any way.
This could be the reason why the mother dog "does" her youngster and stops nursing her.
The puppy's condition saddened the owner because it was born with a birth defect that caused it to have only two hind legs. Additionally, he noticed that the puppy's health was poor, which made him think that there was no chance of saving the animal, so he threw it out onto the street.
She was fortunate that the Jude Stringfellow family—a mother and daughter duo—saw the small dog and took care of it.
The tiny puppy ultimately returned, but it was in a very distressed state.
Everyone thought that this poo dog wouldn't survive the night at that time.
The young girl had her front legs taken away. Images: baijiahao
So many people advised Jude Stringfellow to inject the tiny dog in order to kill it.
Jude's family, however, decided to adopt her and provide for her.
Mrs. Jude gave the small dog the name Faith, which is a variation of the word "faith."
She is hoping that the small dog would retain her faith and inspire her to believe in miracles.
The two-pronged path of faith
Faith initially used the skateboard that Mrs. Jude had created for her.
Faith had to move for a very long period by moving her back legs forward and leaning on the skateboard. But after that, Mrs. Jude demonstrated how to jump to Faith through jumping drills. Faith is now able to stand up straighter and with less effort because to the strengthening of her back legs. Before Faith could eventually "tad up" and run anywhere she pleased on her rear legs, she labored hard for a half year. And one of Faith's favorite places to visit is the park. The dog is playing with everyone in this scene, cheerful and carefree. Faith ran and jumped on her own two feet with ease.
Faith instantly becomes the center of attention because she can walk on two legs. When everyone heard Faith’s story, they were deeply moved and remarked it was hard to think that such a small puppy could have such a great spirit.
So, Faith was greatly adored and looked up to by everyone.
The little puppy and his capacity to uplift others
Because Faith was born with a disability yet later learned to walk independently, she soon gained notoriety. Several TV series have included her.
Additionally, this "qe dog" has been featured in numerous newspapers.
Faith even wrote a book titled "With a Little Faith" by herself.
After that, Faith started working as a "healing psychologist" and assisting people with their post-traumatic mental distress.
She is also the one who provides each and every patient in the hospital a cause to live and the drive to finish their treatment.
Many people turned to Faith as their therapist.
Later, Miss Jude Stringfellow made the decision to leave her position as a teacher and start making travel arrangements for her and Faith.
I wish to spread the following message to everyone: "Remember, even if you don't have a perfect body, you can still have a perfect 'o'."
Faith and Mrs. Jude Stringfellow enjoyed spending time together.
We believe the lesson we may learn from the tale of this tiny dog is to have greater faith in God, strive harder, and never give up on fate.
The adage "When God closes one door, He opens another for us" applies here.
You can achieve anything as long as you can persevere during that difficult moment.