A dog with a “shady” face is adopted and finally has a happy life
While Brodie, a German shepherd/border colleague, was only 13 days old, he was attacked by his mother, resulting in severe facial and cranial deformities and partial blindness.
As he grew up, his deformities became more obvious and he had a very ‘wobbly’ face.
Brodie was eventually adopted by the shelter, but he returned five months later to be “too hyperactive”.
At a year old, Brodie has finally found his place. As soon as Amanda Richter and her boyfriend, Brad Ames, laid eyes on Brodie, they knew they had to adopt her.
Brodie has already moved into his new home and even has a new sister, Rosie, with whom he loves to play.
Brodie may look different, but he’s like any other dog. He likes to walk around, cuddle humans and play with his toys. He quickly learns what it’s like to be loved and spoiled.
Brodie’s parents hope to one day train him as a therapy dog so he can help other people with disabilities.open Next Page to see Video