Beautiful story: this puppy was born with upside down legs, but can finally walk after surgery

 Beautiful story: this puppy was born with upside down legs, but can finally walk after surgery

Due to the fact that her paws were turned over, this dog could not walk normally.

Sometimes dogs are born with flaws. Not only are they different, they also have physical problems.

Someone has to adapt to a difficult life, someone is lucky to have the attention of kind people.

Human kindness is all these unfortunate creatures need.

The dog was born with a rare disease. Due to the fact that her paws were turned over, this dog could not walk normally. It was a painful attempt for this dog. Fortunately, the vets gave her a life-changing experience.

A pup born with rare upside-down paws can finally walk after a life-changing surgery

Siggy was born with a rare condition that required her to walk on her wrists. A 13-week-old Rat Terrier had difficulty walking due to pain in her wrists.

Crawling on the wrists was also dangerous because those parts of the body were not designed to carry weight.

Luck favored Siggi when she was accepted to Oklahoma State University. Local veterinarians had previously successfully operated on another dog with the same problem.

A pup born with rare upside-down paws can finally walk after a life-changing surgery

It was a good chance for the poor puppy. The veterinarians had to break the bones of the paws and align them precisely using splints and orthopedic pins.

Although there were unexpected complications due to the deformity of one of Siggi’s elbows, the operation was a success.

Siggy is still in the process of being restored. She is doing well, and x-rays show that her bones are healing.

A pup born with rare upside-down paws can finally walk after a life-changing surgery

Now this cute puppy lives in a foster family and takes the first correct steps on her paws.

Let’s hope she meets better people who will take the adorable puppy into their family.

Also a huge thank you to all the veterinarians who save the lives of disabled dogs!