Breeders these days are always eager to create cute and eye-catching puppies at all costs, but their thoughtless practices often come with a consequence. These poor puppies might look charming and impressive, but their health conditions have been called into question all the time.
Moxie is a bad result of an unorthodox breeding practice in Merritt, British Columbia. If you know about dog breeding, you probably know that when two merle dogs are bred together, each puppy in the litter has a 25% chance of being born with a white coat and several disabilities. Of course, many breeders know it too, but sometimes they just choose to ignore that fact. And sadly, because of their irresponsibility, pitiful puppies like Moxie still exist.
However, Moxie is still a lucky girl who is surrounded by love. The blind and deaf pup was abandoned by her own breeder right after she was born, but thanks to the help of the Victoria Humane Society, she managed to find herself an amazing furrever home to live her life to the fullest.
The Overhills decided to adopt this double merle dog right after seeing her pictures on the Victoria Humane Society’s website without hesitation. It was love at first sight. They already knew that they would be a suitable family for Moxie because they all loved dogs a lot and their jobs allowed them to stay home most of the time to take care of the adorable floof. And above all, they knew that Moxie would find an incredible companion right there. It was 7-year-old Rough Collie named Macy.
According to Michelle, Macy loves and deeply cares about Moxie even though many other dogs refuse to hang out with the poor pooch because they simply realize Moxie is abnormal.
Despite the hurtful fact that she’s disregarded sometimes, Moxie is still a strong and cheerful pup who definitely thinks she’s just as perfect as any other dog out there.
Dogs born with some birth defects rarely have a sweet life as Moxie does, but we’re all happy that this cutie found such a supportive and loving family that she totally deserved. Good luck, baby.
Please share Moxie’s joyful life with your loved ones!
H/T: I Heart Dogs