Bjarni, an adorable little doggo, was found roaming the streets of Houston, Texas after his owners abandoned him. Thankfully, kind rescuers came together to raise funds for reconstructive surgery so that Bjarni could regain half of his lost nose.
When the animal control agency attempted to reunite him with his owners, they quickly realized that they didn’t want him back and instead sent him to a nearby shelter. Unfortunately, Bjarni’s family was informed that he might be euthanized, but they were uninterested in saving his life. They were put off by his appearance and didn’t care to learn more about him. The shelter staff contacted Anne Graber, the founder of St. Francis’ Angels, an animal rescue organization based in Texas.
Without any hesitation, Mrs. Graƀer warmly welcomed him and made a promise to do everything she can to bring back the health of his face. She also committed to shower him with love until she finds him a new home where he truly deserves to be her companion. Graƀer mentioned that his behavior indicates that he requires more self-assurance, and that most of his social interactions have not been favorable.
After examining his body, it appears that this adorable dog has been attacked by multiple dogs – a shocking revelation considering how friendly and lovable he is. Even the toughest and meanest dogs in our area wouldn’t have been able to resist his charm. He enjoys a comfortable bed and playing with toys, and isn’t a big fan of spending too much time outside.
Despite struggling to breathe and eat due to a defect in his snout, this young pup never stopped being affectionate towards everyone around him.
The process of fixing Bjarni’s nose was a complete triumph! Prior to his surgery, a sum of $5100.00 was collected for his medical expenditure, which was made possible by the benevolent gestures of compassionate individuals. Bjarni bounced back to health and experienced remarkable progress in his life. He even found his perfect abode to dwell in.