This adorable dog has a wonky face after an injury from an early age. He was abused and abandoned. But now, he gets the love he deserves.

One sweet rescue dog is making the most of his pixie tail finishing off. With a fur-ever home after getting “hundreds” of appropriation demands.

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The cheerful German Shepherd Border Collie was left with a “wonky” face visual deficiency. After being abandoned after birth, he came back to the safe house. After his owners couldn’t deal with his “hyper” character.

Brodie the little guy is formally carrying on with his best life during being adopted by Amanda Richter and Brad Ames. The couple said it was “love at first sight” when they saw photographs of the wonky face pooch on social media. Then, they picked him up from Old MacDonald Kennels in Alberta, Canada in September a year ago.

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However, News organization South West News Service (SWNS) reports, courageous Brodie has grown up with extreme cranial and facial wounds subsequent to being abused by his mom at only 13 days old. After that, some parts of the pooch’s jaw melded as he developed, leaving one side of his face “slanted” with an incomplete visual deficiency in one eye.

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Richter, in the meantime, said she was in a flash “drawn” to Brodie and his flexibility through his problem beginning throughout everyday life.

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“I looked at his photos every day and even cried a few times. We felt drawn to him for some reason,” the 30-year-old woman said. “We met him, took him for a walk and hung out with him for a few hours. Then, we ended up bringing him home the same day because the rescue really felt we were a great fit.

“He’s definitely hyper but he is so intelligent,” she explained. “His brain is perfectly fine and he learns tricks within 10 minutes usually which tells me he is a smart boy.”

“He just needed patience and someone to be consistent. He gets better every week.”

As Brodie grows up, Richter and Ames, 23, have huge dreams for their valuable puppy. The happy parents plan to prepare him as a treatment pup for people with special needs. While bringing issues to light for other incapacitated pups.

In spite of the fact that other restorative entanglements may emerge as he develops. Richter said she’s just appreciative her pooch is “sound and cheerful” at the time.

She said: “It’s actually funny because when we go to the dog park everyone notices how he is the happiest pup there. And just wants to play and run”. “Dogs are resilient. And he has no idea he looks different. So, he enjoys his life just the same as any other pup.”

Source: SWNS