Teddy, a Boston terrier puppy is getting to spend National Puppy Day in style thanks to his new set of prosthetic front paws. Teddy was brought in as a 10-week old rescue puppy in North Carolina. When rescued Teddy was missing both of his front paws for reasons that cannot be identified. Teddy was then taken to the North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Hospital where veterinarians said he would be able to receive prosthetics after he stopped growing at about a year old. Barbara Bradley, who brings dogs in for a rescue group took Teddy in and decided to make him a permanent member of her family.