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.