When you watch television and movies, the cherished pet is usually portrayed as a store or farm-bought purebred puppy, as if only a “perfect” puppy could bring joy to someone’s life.
Yet anyone who has had the opportunity to bring a rescue dog into their house knows that these animals have just as much love to give.
Recently, a pet store in Brazil swapped out their dogs for rescue pets to demonstrate new pet owners wouldn’t know the difference between shelter animals and store animals.
We recently came across the story of an adorable rescue dog named Daisy who was almost euthanized because of her disability and an underbite that would make her less than “ideal” to some pet owners.
Yet, Daisy is a loving, sweet, affectionate dog who just needed someone to see her potential, and fortunately enough compassionate humans were able to help find her forever home. It’s just further proof that there’s a forever home out there for every dog!
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Daisy is a 5-year-old terrier mix, though some people have said she might be a “Chiweenie.”
She looks happy and adorable in these photos, but her life began in a pretty rough manner.
She was found on the streets at only 2 months old. She was hungry, alone, and seemed to be in pain.
Daisy’s elbows, right shoulder, and back hips are dislocated, which resulted in her deformity.
She was born with the deformity, and though it causes her no pain, it is incredibly stressful and energy-consuming for her to walk without the assistance of wheels.
When Daisy was found on the streets, she was taken to a shelter in hopes that she’d soon find a forever home.