Dog missing parts is saved from being put down and is now the ‘happiest dog in the world’

Dog missing parts is saved from being put down and is now the ‘happiest dog in the world’ – News

Dogs who have disabilities or medical problems may have a difficult time. They are commonly euthanized or abandoned by owners who do not want to take on the duty of caring for them. However, as long as a dog is not in pain, it should be allowed to exist and be loved as any other dog.

After being given a second chance, one crippled canine is not only doing well, but he’s also the “happiest dog in the world!”

Jennifer Osborne saw a dog named Moose in a pet store in 2016, and he was really distinctive-looking, with a fixed smile and a large underbite.

She discovered that this was due to a congenital defect that Moose had: he was missing sections of his brain.

“Moose’s nose was pushed into his skull which caused the under-bite, crooked nose, deformed skull, deformed brain and eye issues – probably when he was still in the womb,” Jennifer told Metro.

Jennifer fell in love with the dog right away, and she was scared that Moose might be put down due to his medical concerns if he fell into the wrong hands.

As a result, she adopted him herself, providing Moose with a safe haven.

Jennifer was well aware that the path ahead would not be easy: Moose’s medical concerns would necessitate a great deal of attention.

Seizures were common in his life: “They affected both the body and the brain, leaving his whole body writhing and him foaming at the mouth,” Jennifer explained.

She had the dog get an MRI, which revealed the extent of his medical issues: he didn’t have a forehead or sinuses, and he had a cyst in his brain where sections of his brain were missing.

“His brain in the front is squished in but the rest of his brain is good,” Jennifer explained on Instagram. “His neurologist has never seen a dog with an issue like Moose’s.”

She found out that the dog’s seizures would continue his whole life, however they could be treated with medication, and it wouldn’t affect his life expectancy.

Jennifer is prepared to tackle any problems that may arise, and she remains grateful for Moose’s presence in her life. Regardless of his circumstances, he is a cheerful and energetic dog.

“We’re pretty lucky Moose survived, period,” she told Metro, “with everything that’s happened to him.” “He’s nothing short of a miracle.”

Moose walks around with a wide smile on his face, as though grateful for every day he is alive.

Jennifer described him as “wonderful” and “a blessing in my life.” “He’s the happiest dog I’ve ever met, and I’m glad he’s mine.”

We’re so glad Moose is doing well and living his best, happy life! You can follow this happy dog’s adventures on Instagram!

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