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Handicapped Puppy, Unlike His Healthy Friend, Can Get Euthanized If No One Takes Him Home

help ! Stuart was a sweet puppy but had health problems, he had a spine defect that made it difficult for him to get around and was also blind, he would hop around and fall down but always managed to get back up

Puppies are always trying to find decent forever homes, but sometimes things aren't easy for them.

In a Facebook post, someone had listed two adorable puppies that were good to seek out forever homes, one among the dogs Lucy got tons of attention and shortly find an honest forever home, but things weren’t as smooth for poor Stuart. Stuart was a sweet puppy but had health problems, he had a spine defect that made it difficult for him to urge around and was also blind, he would hop around and subside but always managed to urge copy. The post went for a couple of days, then the owner let a cruel message saying that if nobody is up to adopt the sweet dog he will simply drown him, as if this is often the foremost normal thing to mention.



The post got the eye of an animal lover, Denise Mueller, that simply couldn’t accept something so bizarre. Denis couldn’t adopt the dog herself, but she is going to try everything to save lots of his life, she talked to a shelter and that they agreed to need him in as long as she fostered.

The kind-hearted Dennis came to pick up the dog. He was shocked and frightened, shaking violently. Damn it.

The cruel owner said all the dog did was run in a circle and bit others or himself, but Denise couldn’t care less about the man’s words she took the dog home. Stewart came to Dennis's house and saw that he was safe, and stopped shaking, his attitude changed and he became a special dog., This change proves that this poor animal is only under pressure. Dogs have high senses and that they feel what happens around them, blind or not.



The sweet dog sensed that the person who is meant to offer him love was actually some heartless monster. Denise took care of the dog in the best way possible Soon, he grew into a pet dog, that enjoyed spending time with humans and other animals. Stuart needed surgery for his spine disability and funds were raised that made the surgery possible.




When Stewart recovered from the operation, the good news began to spread, adopters came forward for him, all of them offered their homes and family for the small dog. Despite how difficult the dog’s start in life was, his future seemed bright.


We can’t imagine what the poor animal went through that made him so nervous and anxious, but what matters now's that he will find a deserving forever home to like and lookout of him.


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