'Bubble Puppy' finally able to live in the real world

 Kathryn, a vet technician, first saw baby Sally while she was in critical condition. The dog was handed to her by a breeder who was no longer able to care for her. Sally had pneumonia and was having trouble breathing; the vet technician characterized her as "blue.Sally demonstrated a wish to be a regular dog despite her disability. She would constantly make signals to her carers, like as kissing the wall of her bubble and peering outside. The dog wanted to play and live her life normally, but her body refused to cooperate.

Kathryn didn't give up on the rowdy puppy.

Outside of her bubble, she only had around 15 seconds to live.

For weeks, Kathryn would stretch the intervals between Sally's oxygen assistance. Without oxygen, from 15 seconds to 3 minutes.

Then another day came and Sally realized she didn't want to stay in her bubble any longer.

Sally had her first stroll in the park, went to the pool, picked her first toy, and much more. She's no longer that sick little dog, and she's now enjoying her existence in the real world.