It might be an uncomfortable truth, but for many pet-lovers, superficial beauty of their pets supersede their love for them.
This is the story of a dog called Bjarni, who was found in the streets of Huntsville with a disfigured face. This dog seemed to have gone through an awfully painful past.
Bjarni only had half a nose and many bite scars, probably from an attack of another animal. He had bent teeth and struggled to eat and breathe. When their owners were tracked down, they refused to take him back, even when they were told that he might be sacrificed.
St. Francis’ Angels co-founder Anne Graber was heart-broken at his devastating condition. She took him to their shelter and went out of her way to get him treated for his injuries. Finally, Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists agreed to medically intervene.
After surgery, Bjarni’s face is completely re-aligned and he can breathe and eat properly! Despite having harsh experiences, Bjarni is the friendliest dog in the shelter. “Vivacious and engaging. He is totally unaware of his limitations and disfigurement,” Anne told the Huffington Post.
We are happy to say that Bjarni has found a good home forever with a family that is full of love! He began his new life with a new name ‘Hogan’.
We are all happy with this end! Share this story with your friends. Thank you.
Source: I Love My Dog